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Tuesday, 10 October 2006
 

What's Fresh Tues 27th June - Mon 3rd July 

Get your motor running these cold winter
mornings, with a fortifying hot breakfast!!

 
From Produce 
 


Mandarins are a great snack, and an easy way to boost the Vitamin C during the cold & flu season!

Satsuma Mandarins   Only $3.99 per kg
Courgettes                  Only $6.49 per kg
Leeks                           Only
$1.49 each
Mangos                        Only $1.79 each
 

From the Butchery


Havoc Pork & Rosemary Breakfast Sausages
Only $1.99 per 100g
Save $4 kg


Fuel up with an energizing traditional cooked breakfast with all the trimmings before heading up the mountain
Our house-made Pork & Rosemary Breakfast sausages are hand-made with free range Havoc pork, and natural casings.



Rosemary & Pork Sausages with Organic Baked Beans 'All-in-one-pan' Breakfast

Ingredients
 
1 tbsp olive oil 
6 free range Pork & Rosemary Sausages 
8-10 fresh cherry tomatoes cut into halves, (or half a 400gm can of cherry tomatoes)
1 400gm can of Organic Baked Beans, (some of the sauce drained off) 
4 large free range eggs 
handful of spinach leaves
salt and pepper

Directions
1. Heat the oven to 180 degrees C.
2. Add the olive oil to a large oven proof pan, over moderate heat. When oil is hot, add the sausages to the pan. Cook until well browned.
3. Add the cherry tomatoes & increase the heat to high, and cook for 1-2 minutes
4. Add the beans and mix. Return to the heat, until the beans are heated through.
5. Remove the pan from the heat, add the spinach leaves, and stir through. Make four wells in the bean mixture. Crack the eggs into the wells, then transfer the pan to the oven.
6. Bake until the whites of the eggs have set but the yolks are still soft, about 8-10 minutes. Season with salt and pepper and serve hot.

Serve with toasted crusty bread.

From the Deli



Halloumi
Only $3.49 per 100g
Save $5 per kg


Halloumi fried in olive oil & seasoned with fresh herbs & lemon juice is a tasty protein alternative for a hot breakfast. 

Roquefort
Only $9.90 per 100g
Save $20 per kg


Unpasteurized blue-cheese made from sheep's milk- a french classic with a unique flavor.
 From Groceries 



Harraways Organic Wholemeal Oats 1kg
Only $6.99 each
Save $2.60 each



Harraways Organic Rolled Oats 800gm
Only $5.99 each
Save $3.30 each

Take advantage of these great deals on organic oats, to stock up for winter!! 

Chantal Organic Baked Beans 800gm
Only $2.49 each
Save $1.50 each

Riso Toro Black Rice 1kg
Only $9.99 each
Save $3 each

'Black Rice Coconut Breakfast'-  Try this heavenly breakfast recipe from Anne's Fresh Kitchen blog.
It's sweet, creamy, chewy & slightly exotic! Recipe below.


 

Anne's Black Rice Coconut Breakfast

So easy and so delicious. This is creamy, chewy, sweet, and slightly exotic tasting – breakfast heaven.
The grains of this rice are slightly short and round with a  wonderful chewy quality that you find in brown
rice, which makes it feel substantial enough to fuel your morning.

You can leave it natural, but I have cooked it today with cardamon as this is the flavour I had been wanting,
but I love the idea of using lemongrass, lime and ginger served with mango, or sweet cinnamon and nutmeg,
or vanilla... Go wild!!

Ingredients

1 cup Riso Toro Black Rice (soaked overnight if possible)
1 425 gm can of coconut milk
1/2 water for soaked rice, or 1 1/2 cups with un soaked rice
pinch sea salt
Optional – 1/4 teaspoon cardamon seeds or ground cardamon.
1 Tbsp sweetener of choice (optional)

Start by soaking your rice, I simply covered the rice with water and left it on the bench over night.
Rinse your rice well and add it to a medium sized pot.
Add water, coconut milk, cardamon seeds (or ground cardamon), pinch of salt.
Bring to a gentle boil and stir regularly.  As the water evaporates and the mixture thickens you will need to stir more often.
Soaked rice will take about half an hour to cook. Unsoaked rice may take forty five minutes to an hour to cook depending on how rapidly you have it boiling.

Taste after about 25 minutes and add sweetener as desired, keep a watchful eye and stir until it is fully cooked. 
It may need a little extra water, so be prepared to add tablespoons of boiling water to keep your rice to the consistency of porridge.
Your rice will continue to firm up a little off the heat so don’t cook until dry.
You can now eat this straight away warm or leave to cool and even portion it out into jars to eat over the next few mornings cold.

Add your favorite seasonal fruits on top, or crunchy toppings such as seeds, nuts, toasted coconut. Drizzle with coconut yoghurt, 
coconut chia cream, or your usual favourite yogurt. Sprinkle maple syrup or coconut nectar to sweeten.

 
New Products - delicious new hot cereals:



- Ceres Organic Quinoa & Cacao Millet Hot Cereal 350g
     
- Ceres Organic Chia, Coconut & LSA Brown Rice Hot Cereal 350g
 
Try these millet and rice based hot cereals, for an nourishing alternative to traditional oats.

- Yum Porridge with Creamy Apple and Chai  400g
      

This delicious creamy organic porridge is made with a warming chai spice blend, natural dried apples, and NZ toasted hazelnuts.

- Blue Frog Probiotic Porridge, with vanilla bean & chia seed 320g
    

This probiotic oat cereal comes in 8 40g sachets, just heat, add toppings & eat!
 

 


Meet our Growers and Producers


Taste the difference of real full-cream milk on your porridge- try Retro Organic's Whole Milk, from just down the road in Hokonui. Read more about Retro Organic's here.




Fresh Club Winner
 

This weeks Fresh Club Winner is Michelle Kitchen.
Congratulations Michelle!
Come in store to collect your $40 voucher from the cashiers.


                                       

 
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 27 June 2017 )