Paperbark Smoked Vegetables with toasted macadmia nuts Recipe

Paperbark Smoked Vegetables with toasted macadmia nuts


4 sheets of Paperbark Roll 1 large eggplant 5-6 kipfler potatoes or sweet potato 1 red capsicum 1 yellow capsicum 2 green zucchini 8 spears of asparagus 8 spears of baby corn 8g Australian Wildfire Spice 40ml Bush Tomato Chutney from Vic Cherikoff

How to make Paperbark Smoked Vegetables with toasted macadmia nuts

  1. Firstly steam the kipfler till medium, remove and allow to cool.
  2. Slice the eggplant and zucchini, then lightly char grill, then remove and allow to cool.
  3. Also char grill the capsicums to remove the skin, then allow to cool.
  4. Slice thick slices of the kipfler potatoes.
  5. Lay out the paperbark stringy side down and lightly spray with canola oil to prevent sticking. In the centre of the paperbark sheet, begin to layer the vegetables starting with kipfler potatoes, eggplant, zucchini, capsicum ensure a little Australian Wildfire Spice is dusted on each vegetable.
  6. Top with 2 spears of asparagus and baby corn.
  7. Then wrap the vegetables in the paperbark and tie tightly with twine to prevent any moisture escaping at each end.
  8. Seal all sides of the paperbark parcel on the grill and finish in a hot oven for 14 minutes.
  9. Place on a plate, then cut the twine off each end and open the Paperbark Smoked Vegetable Parcel, and top with some Bush Tomato Chutney to serve.
  • hankosan
    hankosan says

    Paperbark?! Nice first-recipe-post-impact. Will be interesting to see your next recipes.

  • telliecoin
    telliecoin says

    no fair! Noone can compete against your expertise.. well at least I can't :( BUT! This recipe looks awesomely original! Where do you find paperbark?

  • Oko
    Oko says

    Suae! How beautiful... yummmy...

  • Oko
    Oko says

    Where exactly is paperbark found? A nearby tree?

  • chefben
    chefben says

    Paperbark is Australian and is found right around the country. Paperbark can be bought from Vic Cherikoff's online store. Visit

  • Oko
    Oko says

    Muito Ben! Thanks!

  • MeltingWok
    MeltingWok says

    I'm always in search of exotic finds, I'm intrigued with paperback. Thanks for sharing, nice presentation by the way :)

  • lingcheung
    lingcheung says

    can I use foil instead of paperbark??

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