Grow & Cook Flavours of Asia

Botanical Name: Brassica rapa var.chinensis Ocimum basilicum Solanum melongena Capsicum frutescens

4 packets
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Special Price $7.50 Regular Price $10.95

Johnson's World Kitchen Grow & Cook packs contain a recipe book featuring 10 delicious recipes inspired by regional cuisines and 4 seed packs, so you can grow your own produce to create truly authentic dishes.

The flavours of Asia pack includes the following 4 seed varieties: 

  • Pak Choi
  • Thai Basil
  • Thai Eggplant
  • Thai Bird's Eye Chilli

Featured recipes:

  • Spicy Soba Noodles with Chicken & Vegetables
  • Thai Eggplant and Chicken Curry
  • Pak Choi Stir Fry with Beef
  • Stir Fry Sesame Pak Choi
  • Chicken Chow Mein
  • Bangkok Minced Pork with Thai Basil
  • Sweet Chilli Sauce
  • Eggplant Beef Skewers
  • Pak Choi and Spring Onion Dumplings
  • Fresh Rice Paper Rolls
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How To Grow

Growing Instructions (included with kit)

Pak Choi

When: All year round.

Where: In a well-prepared garden bed. Prefers well drained soil ond a sunny position.

How: Sow thinly in rows 40cm (16") apart and cover very lightly with fine soil. Firm gently and keep watered. Seedlings emerge in 6-10 days.

Care: Keep well watered, weed free and fertilise regularly.

Harvest: 6-8 weeks from sowing. Take the whole plant when harvesting or select baby leaves as required.

 

Thai Basil

When: Early Spring to late Summer,  all year round in warm areas.

Where: Direct into growing position or in pots, in a sunny but sheltered position.

How: Sow thinly and cover lightly with fine soil. Firm gently ond keep watered.

Care: When large enough, thin to 15cm (6")apart.

Harvest: All year round. Pick leaves as required.

 

Thai Eggplant

When: Spring and Summer, later in warmer regions.

Where: Direct where they are to grow or in seed trays of seed raising mixture.

How: Sow seeds 6mm (¼") deep into damp soil, firm down gently and keep watered. Seedlings emerge in 10-14 days.

Care: Use a short stake in exposed areas. Keep watered and fertilise every 2-3 weeks.

Harvest: 14-16 weeks from sowing.

 

Thai Bird's Eye Chilli

When: Spring to Summer, Winter too in hot northern areas.

Where: In fertile well drained garden soil or pots.

How: 5mm (¼") deep, sow thinly and keep watered.

Care: Pick regularly to encourage further fruit growth.

Harvest: As required, 12-14 weeks from sowing.

 

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If you are not completely satisfied with these seeds Mr. Fothergill's will gladly replace them for free. Performance subject to growing conditions.

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