Quick & Healthy Meals with Ozganics


Imagine food grown using the age-old methods of Mother Nature herself. That means no chemicals, fertilizers, irradiation, artificial food additives or genetic tampering in the production of food. Anni Brownjohns, founder of Ozganics – an Australian owned organic food manufacturer, is in town on a personal mission to change minds and lives by telling the world that good, healthy food is not merely boring and dull.

Ozganics' Founder Anni Brownjohn

Ozganics’ Founder Anni Brownjohn with Chef Ryan Khang of Nourish!

At the pantry in Jaya Grocer, Empire Shopping Gallery, Anni Brownjohn shared about her passion for organic living while she whipped up  quick healthy meals with her Ozganics ranges of products. I’m glad to hear that she highly advocate on supporting local producers and recommended some exceptional local organic producers. By supporting local producers and more people consuming organic produce, the price of organic produce can be lowered.

Ozganic products which include sauces, dressing and marinades are certified organic by the Australian government as well as being gluten-free and dairy-free with no preservatives.

Ozganics products

Ozganics dressings, sauces and spreads contain only certified organic ingredients

The 1st dish demonstrated was Thai Pumpkin Soup. The traditional pumpkin soup is given a Thai twist with the addition of Red Curry, lime juice & cilantro.

Thai Pumpkin Soup

Thai Pumpkin Soup

I could not get enough of the Moroccan Chicken with Lemon & Olives. The original Moroccan recipe is to be cooked in a tagine, but how many of us have one of these moroccan pot, hence this dish could also be cooked in any pot. If you have seen my Beef Tagine recipe, the spice rub for tagine has almost 20 spices. It definitely is much easier to get a jar of the tagine sauce and I look forward to try their Spicy Lamb Tagine sauce.

Moroccan Chicken with Lemon & Olives on Quinoa

Moroccan Chicken with Lemon & Olives on Quinoa

Chef Ryan whipped up Sprouted Multigrain Bread, served them with butter and Ozganics Fig Spread that had everyone asking for seconds.

Sprouted Multigrain Bread

Sprouted Multigrain Bread

The watermelon feta salad can be mixed with any of the salad dressing range. Anni uses 3 different dressing with the salad, I like the Lemon Mrytle Dressing but I find the feta overpowers the other flavours of salad.

Watermelon Feta Salad

Watermelon Feta Salad

It was an educational & fun afternoon well spent with a group of fun-loving food bloggers and wonderful hosts – Anni & Chef Ryan.

With the Bloggers. (L-R) Sonia of Nasi Lemak Lover, Ping of Ping’s Pickings, me, Baby Sumo of Eat Your Heart Out, Anni Brownjohn, Veron of QuayPoCooks, and Esther of The Fuss Free Chef.

For those interested, Anni will be conducting a few demos next week at Jaya Grocer @ Empire Subang for RM100 per day (including cooking demo, 3-course lunch and RM100 worth of Ozganics products). Ozganics products are available at Jaya Grocer.

Ozganics Demo

We were presented with some products and I immediately cooked Butter Chicken for dinner the next day, the sauce makes it a quick & easy for a weeknight meal.

Ozganics Products

This dish brought me back to my uni days in Sydney where Butter Chicken is a popular dish in Indian restaurants. I don’t think you can find Butter Chicken anywhere else. Before you gasp in horror, there’s no butter in this dish, it’s basically a tomato based mild curry that is very rich & creamy. What I like about the sauce (and other Ozganics products) is that it is very low in sodium, and you can adjust the saltiness to your liking.

Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken

Cooking this Butter Chicken is very easy – While waiting for the steaming potato, sauteed chicken pieces until cooked & brown, add potatoes &  sauce. Simmer for 5 minutes and serve.

Special thanks to Veronica & Nourish! magazine for the invite.


  1. Next time must look out for this sauce!

  2. Hi Shannon,

    Just visited Esther’s blog and saw yours…

    Nice to know you via blogging. Like you, I wish to cook healthy food for me and my family too. Hope to learn lots of great tips from you.


  3. Organic products, good and healthy. That’s what I love but oh dear, they are a bit expensive. I do buy organic products which I can afford and it’s nice to have more choices available.

    • Yes agree, organic products are expensive but falling sick & getting illness are even more expensive. that’s why i am starting to plant some herbs & veggie.. also organic mah 😀

  4. Looks like you had another fun day!!!
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  5. Nice! This was right down your alley, wasn’t it? At least I now have more things healthy to cook other than quinoa! 🙂

  6. Thank you for a learning experience I’ll note for myself and pass on . . . The butter chicken looks totally addictive!

  7. Although I’ve read about Ozganics at Sonia and Quay Po’s … it didn’t stop me from commenting here 😉

    Thank you for sharing very informative post dear…
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