Trying the culinary arts is part of a tourist destination that is a pity to miss, at least not when visiting Australia. Situated close to Indonesia, the continent has a plethora of specialty food options that are ready to swoon the tourists.
Australia at a glance
Aborigines are the original inhabitants of this continent. Aborigines are not a homogeneous group, but different groups that make up the culture of the Australian continent. Europeans or white people were the indigenous people in this country before coming to Australia. The indigenous people of Australia are Aboriginal people.
Aboriginal people have been living on the Australian continent for about 50,000 years. About 250 languages and 600 different dialects are spoken by Aboriginal peoples spread throughout Australia. There are two groups of Aboriginal names living in Australia after the British colonized the island in 1788.
While the second group is the inhabitants of the Torres Strait Islands. These residents also live in the states of Queensland, Australia, and Papua New Guinea. They come from Melanesia, which has a distinct culture from the Aborigines on the main continent.
australian specialty food
forwarding note skycanner.com, chefpencil.com And other related resources, here are Australian specialties worth trying.
1. Chicken Parmigiana
This chicken dish is quite popular and loved by the local residents. Often not including many restaurants and other restaurants Chicken Parmigiana in their menu book.
parmigiana Originally made with eggplant but evolved into a delicious breaded chicken dish. This classic Italian dish includes a type of cutlet Chicken with tomato sauce and melted cheese is usually served with chips and salad.
Despite the ownership rivalry between Australia and New Zealand, at a Christmas, birthday or summer party in Australia, there will always be a tantalizing pavlova to eat.
Made of meringue or crunchy foam cake with a soft center, whipped cream, and heaps of fresh fruit, it’s no wonder it’s Australia’s national dessert.
Lamington, Australian specialty (taste.com.au)
The sweet cake has been widely recognized as Australia’s national cake after the National Trust of Queensland made the treat an Australian icon and named after Lord Lamington, the former Governor of Queensland.
This cake is believed to have been accidentally created by Lord Lamington. At the same time, the waiter accidentally dropped his favorite cake in the melted chocolate. To avoid mess when eating it, Lord Lamington recommends this cake sprinkled with coconut.
Lamington is actually a sponge cake that is dipped in chocolate, then sprinkled with finely dried coconut. There are different variations of this cake, namely: Double Chocolate Lamington And Jam and Cream Lamington.
Baramundi is a tribal language which means ‘big scaly river fish’. This typical Australian food is well suited as a lunch menu.
Barramundi fish is a type of white snapper with thick, sweet and salty flesh. Australians don’t cook this fish with too many seasonings, they simply grill it or grill it with extra salt, a squeeze of lemon and pepper.
5. Meat Pie
Meat Pie (Ostrali.com)
A typical Australian pie should be hand-shaped and filled with minced meat and tomato sauce on top.
Not only minced meat, this pie is also mixed with mushrooms and cheese. meat pie Commonly sold in bakeries and pubs in Australia. If you’re having trouble finding this snack, you can head to Cowper’s Wharf Road or Harry’s Café de Wheels for a taste. meat pie,
It’s less like a trip to Australia without tasting a jam. mention mojosurf.comAlthough many foreigners find this food disgusting, it never hurts to try it at least once.
Vegemite is a dark brown paste made from various vegetables, yeast extracts and spices. When viewed by color, this vegemite is at first glance similar to petis in Indonesia.
Vegemite has a mixture of salty, sweet, bitter and slightly spicy tastes with a pungent aroma. The most popular way to eat it is with bread or toast with butter. Australians also eat it with avocado, melted cheese or tomatoes.
7. Chico Roll
Chico Rolls (bestrecipes.com.au)
Inspired by classic Asian spring rolls, cake roll There are fried egg rolls filled with beef, cabbage, celery, herbs and vegetables.
Designed to be a simple snack to eat on the go, cake roll It is commonly found in fish and chip shops or street vendors, and is a popular snack at many sporting events.
8. Anzac Biscuits
Associated with Anzac Day, which falls on April 25, these biscuits are traditionally served to commemorate members of the Australian and New Zealand Armed Forces, or Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) which fought in the First World War. Due to the lack of food and eggs at the time, biscuits were made using simple ingredients that did not break easily and could be stored for months.
These biscuits are made from oats, butter, all purpose flour, sugar, baking soda, golden syrup, hot water and coconut. Eggs are not used in this biscuit dough to make it last longer. Although the texture is a bit harsh, the taste does not disappoint.