Another recent newcomer to the Markets, is the progessive and increasingly popular, Mudgeeraba Spices. A colourful display awaits Marklet visitors, well stocked and enthusiastically serviced. Large crowds were the order during an early March exhibit.
We've listed here some recipes involving their range of products, with so much more info. on their websitewww.mudgeerabaspices.com.au It's a very good read !
South Indian Vegetable Curry
Murgh Makhani (Butter Chicken)
1kg chicken breast fillet cut into pieces, 50mls butter or ghee, 8 cloves garlic and 2 onions boiled until soft and pureed, ½ cup coconut cream, ½ cup natural yoghurt, ½ cup cream, 400g tin tomatoes pureed, 1 tsp fresh ginger chopped finely, 1 tbsp coriander leaves chopped finely, 1 tbsp chilli or capsicum chopped and seeded, 2 tsp sugar, 1 tbsp or 12.5 grams Butter Chicken Curry Blend, 1 tbsp almond meal (optional).
Melt the butter; add the chillies, ginger and coriander. Fry for a few minutes on medium heat, add the Butter Chicken Curry Blend and mix well and fry. Add the pureed onion and garlic and cook until mixture is well mixed, add the chicken and seal well, and then add the remaining ingredients. Cook until done and salt to taste. To thicken the gravy, simmer with the lid off until reaching the desired consistency. Garnish and serve hot with naan bread or rice and
Most importantly, the New Farm Park/Powerhouse Farmers' Markets are held on the second and fourth Saturday of every month.
Out of the 100 long list, Jan’s Farmers Markets was the only farmers market included from Queensland, and only one of two mentioned Australia wide (the other was Barossa Farmers Market at number 60).
To arrive at the 100, the publication scoured the continent for potential experiences that emphasised food + location + sense of occasion and after many weeks had gathered more than 900. Jan’s market was beaten in the list only by such luminaries in the gourmet world as Berowra Waters, Tetsuyas, and Vue de Monde.
Our Saturday crowds are truly appreciative of the displays, the products and the presence of all Exhibitors. We have regularly featured individual exhibitors throughout the year, in the adjacent snippet of pics. and news. We'll continue to do so next year.
Long term exhibitors Edwin and Karen Clark continue to attract a lot of enquiries and interest from our Market visitors. For a long time, they have occupied that very public "change of direction" , just opposite our Fishmonger friend. Edwin and Karen at every opportunity upgrade their fascinationg display of maps and prints, some with much localness and others not so. The recent New Farm book releases "Reflections on New Farm " and " Tides of Teneriffe" are now included in the display. The website www.map-printmaker.com.au contains some great material.
I heard the comment that on days like these, we tend to see less pets !
We’ve got so many new ideas planned for upcoming sessions.
Our early 2010 timetables are listed here.
24th April 2010 – Saturday
8th May 2010 - Saturday
22nd May 2010 – Saturday
The current exhibitor GALLERY can be found via the lower RH Block.