✦ TG's Child Care shares this aboriginal healthy culinary delight you can easily make with your children!
Your family will be wanting a second helping of these yummy burgers, they're so tantalising!
TG's children have sustainability built into their DNA. They are Nature's trusty little guardians, taking care of the vegetables in TG's award-winning gardens. From planting to watering to harvesting, the children see the entire process a simple vegetable goes through before it ends up on their plates as a delicious lunch. It nurtures appreciation and healthy eating. The children are learning something amazing all the time.
TG's brings in indigenous wisdom into their activities, and cooking aboriginal style is also something the children are familiar with and love. Australia has a rich source of raw ingredients and sometimes globalisation has made us forget to look at what we have here. The next time you go to the market, see how many local produce you can identify and the yummy recipes you can make with them!
About Lemon Myrtle
Lemon myrtle is a tree native to Australia. You can find them along the coastal, sub-tropical rainforests of Queensland. Did you know that lemon myrtle is the world's richest known natural source of citral? It has 90-98% and its elegant flavour and smell is a tantalising mix of lemongrass, lime and lemon. Ooo...even just reading it is enough to make your mouth water!
Pieces of grilled or barbecued chicken breasts
Whole grain rolls (or bread of your choice)
Salad ingredients (whichever ones you like)
1 tbsp of lemon myrtle seasoning
1 cup of low fat mayonnaise
Cook the pieces of chicken breast. You can choose whichever cooking method you prefer.
Assemble the burger by adding the chicken pieces and the salad ingredients and bread.
Mix the lemon myrtle seasoning and mayonnaise.
Add a tablespoon of lemon myrtle mayonnaise on the burger.
Now these cute little burgers truly make for a happy meal! Enjoy!