Posted on Tuesday, 8th February, 2022

Go bold, go native.

For a chef looking for a point of difference, indigenous ingredients offer exciting new possibilities for innovation and expression. There are hundreds of interesting native ingredients to explore, such as lemon myrtle, finger lime and kawakawa, and they are increasingly appearing in top dishes. To lend your steak a local flavour, check out our recipe with Davidson Plum Sauce.

Go bold, go native.
Put a local twist on a pub classic

Put a local twist on a pub classic

Extend your menu into a readily available local protein and offer kangaroo steak as an alternative base for your most popular meat-based dishes. You can even mix things up and create a fabulous fusion that incorporates exotic flavours, such as those in our Kangaroo with Thai Sweet Chilli Jam Sauce recipe.

KNORR Intense Flavours Roast Umami

Build your own steak sauce with KNORR Intense Flavours Roast Umami liquid seasoning. Its rich, caramelised flavour comes from slow, oven-roasted onion and garlic for an aromatic umami sweetness that’ll take time to create from scratch.

KNORR Intense Flavours Umami

Steak with Davidson Plum Sauce

Wow diners with the sweet local flavour of Davidson plum sauce in our quick and easy ribeye steak recipe.

Kangaroo Steak with Thai Sweet Chilli Jam Sauce

Discover the time-saving art of reverse searing as featured in our dry-aged whisky steak recipe.

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