Geraldton Wax leaves are delicious in anything with seafood and especially stuffed in whole fish. The flowers are also edible, but not in large quantities.
The leaves of this shrub have the most wonderful aroma and taste like a lemony pine needle.
Learn more about Geraldton Wax.
◎ Common Name: Geraldton wax
◎ Scientific or Latin Name: Chamelaucium uncinatum
◎ Comparison: Lemony pine needle
◎ Seasonality: All year fresh
◎ Region: Widely grown
This spice is featured in these recipes in Warndu Mai:
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