Karkalla

Thick and fleshy leaves with a salty, sweet taste similar strawberries or fresh figs.

Also known as Beach Bananas or Pigface, Karkalla is a succulent common on sand dunes and cliffs along the Victorian, South Australian and Tasmanian coastlines. The plump, juicy leaves have a light, sweet, salty taste and add a unique flavour to meat dishes.

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Product Details

Uses

As a substitute for salt in meat dishes, a unique addition to salads and savoury dishes. Combines well with mushrooms, egg and seafood.

Appearance

Triangular, banana-shaped, pale green leaves.

Storage

To maintain freshness, store Flowerdale Farm Karkalla at 7-20 degrees C. Rinse lightly before use.

Sizes

Punnets.

Availability

Flowerdale Farm’s Karkalla are available year round.