Outback Prairie Dust

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We love making your Australian gifts look extra special so why not save time and let us gift wrap or gift box your Australian gift for you. 

Gift Wrap & Gift Tag

Once you have selected and added to the shopping cart the products you would like to give as a present follow go to the Gift Wrapping & Gift Boxes page and follow the steps. This service includes a gift tag that will fit up a message up to 15 words

Greeting Card with Personal Message

If you would like to include a longer gift message or happy to not have the products wrapped then you can also add a Greeting Card with a Handwritten Message. There are lots of cards to choose from.

Note - We don't include invoices or pricing in any of our deliveries so you can send your gift direct to the recipient.

Outback prairie dust is a unique Australian spice blend in a cajun style with Tasmanian Pepperleaf & Wild Thyme. It has a fiery smoky flavour.

Prairie dust is a versatile spice blend that can be used in many ways. Don't be afraid to experiment! 

  • Season your steak or chicken
  • Sprinkle on wedges or whole potato
  • Serve as is with bread oil & dukkah platters 
  • Use with salsa or cream cheese to make a spicy dip

Why not use this at home when entertaining international visitors or testing out flavours as you develop your Masterchef skills. It also makes a great Australian gift for fans of the Aussie bbq.

Available in 50 gram packs. 

Our customers are always coming back for more of this Cajun style seasoning with native flavours. A favourite dish is using it on a beautiful piece of Barramundi fillet (with the skin on). Oil the fish not the pan and then apply a liberal quantity of Prairie Dust on both sides of the fish. Cook the fish skin side down first, in a very hot pan. The Prairie Dust helps to seal the flavour and moisture into the fish. A winner!

This unique Australian food has been sourced from a Country NSW specialist in Australian Native Foods. Aboriginal owned and made from start to finish they manufacture their products in house.

Before European settlers arrived in Australia, there was a thriving food culture that happily sustained Aboriginal people for tens of thousands of years. It's estimated there are up to 5,000 native food species (almost 20 per cent of Australia’s native flora and fauna) that were utilised by the Aboriginal people.

Traditional bush tucker is innovative and unique and are naturally adapted to Australia’s environment. They are ecologically sound, and they are more resistant to Australia’s extreme weather temperatures and rainfall.

Allergens: refer to the packaging for full information.