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Whole Fish in Paperbark

Category: food

To celebrate NAIDOC Week, Stockland presents our Native Australian recipes collection. 

Our final recipe includes a whole Fish in Paperbark dish combining traditional Indigenous ingredients with a modern twist. Curiously, the Melaleuca paperbark was used to treat headaches and colds. In this recipe, it will add a delightful smoky flavour to your favourite fish. View the entire recipe below. 

Native Australian Recipes

Disclaimer: Each recipe has been provided by Indigiearth. The photo shown is for illustrative purposes only and the actual recipe may vary. 


  • Serves: 4-6
  • Time needed: 30 Minutes
  • Difficulty Easy


Ingredients

  • • 1 sheet of melaleuca paperbark
  • • 30ml olive oil OR lemon myrtle olive oil
  • • Your favourite whole fish OR 250g fresh fish fillet
  • • 2 tsp lemon myrtle
  • • 20g native thyme
  • • 30g butter
  • • 1 lime
  • • 1 lemon
  • • Cooking twine
  • • Foil - optional

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