Let those creative kitchen juices simmer!

Ever wondered what creative things you can do with our olives or olive paste? Well finally here are some of Florence’s recipes. Tell us what you think – or share your own creativity in the comments!

Rosnay BBQ Sauce

Serves 3-4
1 glass Rosnay red wine
2 tbsp cream
1 tbsp Rosnay olive paste

Pour a glass of wine into a small saucepan (and share some with chef). Simmer for 5 minutes to remove alcohol, then add cream and olive paste. Stir and pour over chops and oven roasted vegetables.1 cup Rosnay olives (pitted).

Rosnay Shanks

Serves 4
2 spanish onions, chopped fine
1 pinch of sea or river salt
3 garlic cloves, chopped fine
1 tbsp fresh ginger, grated
1/2 cup Rosnay olives
1/4 tsp of pepper
4 organic tomatoes, halved
6 organic lamb shanks (join the Chop Club here!)
2 bottles Rosnay Triple Blend
1-2 perserved lemons, chopped
1/2 bunch fresh parsley
150g broad beans

Fry onion, add salt and garlic, work in ginger, tumeric and pepper. Fry tomatoes and shanks on both sides in a heavy pot, and cover with 1 bottle of wine. Add olives, lemon, parsley and broad beans. Cook another 15mins. Transfer shanks to serving dish with veges and reduce pot juice to half its volume. Pour sauce over lamb. Serve with brown rice, green salad, and the other bottle of Triple Blend!

Rosnay Pasties

Serves 10
6 tbsp Rosnay olive paste
4 sheets filo pastry
4 tbsp parmesan cheese

Spread 1.5 tablespoons of paste across a sheet of pastry, and then sprinkle 1 tablespoon of cheese on each sheet. Roll up and store in fridge. As needed, slice rolls into 1cm lengths, and medium roast until brown.

Rosnay Sangria
Healthy Party Tip: Organic Sangria is way better than Ready-To-Drink soft drink and spirits. And if the fruits organic, you’ll be amazed how much of it gets slurped up from the bottom of the glasses -besides the fewer hangovers!

Makes approx 15 std drinks
3 cups diced seasonal organic fruit
2 bottles Rosnay red wine
750ml organic orange juice
750ml soda water
1/3 cup sugar
3 cups ice cubes

Soak fruit overnight in wine, in fridge. Combine all ingredients before serving. Adjust sugar and ice to taste. Using a quality organic juice such as Douglas Park we have found there is no need for sugar, but if you do, try Daabon Organic Mountain raw organic sugar or rapadura. Whilst plugging suppliers, I must mention Back to Eden and Eco Farms, if you are in Sydney and want to order organic juicing fruit bulk for large volumes of Sangria.

Olive Bread

200grams mashed potato
500grams bread flour
1 cup organic olive oil
200ml water
20grams yeast
1 tbsp sugar
100ml warm water

Allow yeast, sugar and water to form a sponge, then mix with other ingredients. Knead. Put in a warm place until doubled. Knead lightly, allow to double again. Bake at 210 degrees for 40-50 minutes on oiled pans.

What other great recipes do you have for our olives, or organic food generally?

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