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The Story of Australian Macadamias

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Australian Macadamias

There's something unique about the taste, texture and goodness of a macadamia grown in its natural home. The very essence of Australia, it's the magical product of the perfect soil, climate and seasons, nurtured by passionate Aussie growers. Nothing matches the creamy flavour and velvety crunch of Australian macadamias. And nothing compares to a macadamia moment.

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How blend the perfect body oil

Macadamia body oil is simple to blend at home and makes a luxurious Christmas gi...

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How blend the perfect body oil

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Candied macadamias

These candied macadamias are reminiscent of nuts found in street stalls at Chris...

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Macadamia power bars three ways

These macadamia bars pack the punch you need while out plus they travel so well.

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What is a good fat anyway?

You've heard that macadamias have high levels of “good fats” but wha...

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What is a good fat anyway?

meet our growers

Jodie & Michael Cameron

Macadamia growers Jodie and Michael Cameron bravely traded the city, for the fre...

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What's trending

Foodie facts - what's trending with all things macadamias

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Liz & Paul Hudson

Liz and Paul Hudson live and work on their macadamia farm in the small village o...

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Simplify your Christmas with these macadamia-style Christmas gifts

Thanks to the versatility of macadamias, you can easily make unique and personal...

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Simplify your Christmas with these macadamia-style Christmas gifts

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Macadamias and chocolate make this Christmas cake is moist, delicious and impossible to resist. Get creative with macadamias and fondant to make a cute Santa and snowman to decorate your cake. --> https://www.australian-macadamias.org/consumer/festive-chocolate-fruit-and-macadamia-cake- #ausmacadamias  22 people like this
Macadamias and chocolate make this Christmas cake is moist, delicious and impossible to resist. Get creative with macadamias and fondant to make a cute Santa and snowman to decorate your cake. --> https://www.australian-macadamias.org/consumer/festive-chocolate-fruit-and-macadamia-cake- #ausmacadamias

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Is there anyone out there that doesn’t love macadamia bliss balls? These coconut lemon meringue ones from @muscle.munchies look divine! #blissball #ausmacadamias  47 people like this
Is there anyone out there that doesn’t love macadamia bliss balls? These coconut lemon meringue ones from @muscle.munchies look divine! #blissball #ausmacadamias

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Prawns + Macadamias = the perfect Australian BBQ

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INGREDIENTS
1 cup plain Greek-style yoghurt
1 cup mint leaves, loosely packed, finely chopped
1 tablespoon lemon juice macadamia dukkah
1kg green prawns, peeled, tails intact, de-veined
bamboo skewers, soaked in water for 30 minutes
macadamia oil, for brushing
lemon wedges, to serve 
METHOD
In a medium sized bowl, combine the yoghurt, mint leaves and lemon juice and set aside. Pour the macadamia dukkah onto a large plate, reserving 2 tablespoons.
Thread the prawns, tail end first, onto the bamboo skewers. Roll each prawn in the macadamia dukkah, place in a single layer on a large tray and lightly brush both sides with macadamia oil.
Preheat a chargrill on a medium heat. Cook the prawns on the grill, turning constantly to prevent burning, for 3 to 4 minutes or until the prawns change to a deeper orange colour.
Remove from the heat, place on a serving platter and sprinkle with the reserved macadamia dukkah. Serve with the minty lemon yoghurt and lemon wedges. #ausmacadamias  45 people like this
Prawns + Macadamias = the perfect Australian BBQ Check out the recipe --> INGREDIENTS 1 cup plain Greek-style yoghurt 1 cup mint leaves, loosely packed, finely chopped 1 tablespoon lemon juice macadamia dukkah 1kg green prawns, peeled, tails intact, de-veined bamboo skewers, soaked in water for 30 minutes macadamia oil, for brushing lemon wedges, to serve METHOD In a medium sized bowl, combine the yoghurt, mint leaves and lemon juice and set aside. Pour the macadamia dukkah onto a large plate, reserving 2 tablespoons. Thread the prawns, tail end first, onto the bamboo skewers. Roll each prawn in the macadamia dukkah, place in a single layer on a large tray and lightly brush both sides with macadamia oil. Preheat a chargrill on a medium heat. Cook the prawns on the grill, turning constantly to prevent burning, for 3 to 4 minutes or until the prawns change to a deeper orange colour. Remove from the heat, place on a serving platter and sprinkle with the reserved macadamia dukkah. Serve with the minty lemon yoghurt and lemon wedges. #ausmacadamias

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There's something unique about the taste, texture and goodness of a macadamia grown in its natural home. The very essence of Australia, it's the magical product of the perfect soil, climate and seasons, nurtured by passionate Aussie growers. Nothing matches the creamy flavour and velvety crunch of Australian macadamias. And nothing compares to a macadamia moment.

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In Australia we're spoilt for choice when it comes to buying premium quality macadamias. Australian grown macadamias are available from Coles, Woolworths and Aldi or you can purchase from one of the fabulous independent Australian producers listed below. Click on their logo for details.


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