6 Aussie Foods 🇦🇺 (Hot Foods Ver.) if you’re Italian) 🐔
- Pot & Parma (Parmigiana
Parma is a big flat chicken breast covered in breading and fried, topped with a red Napoli tomato sauce, bacon, and cheese. It can also be grilled or baked until the cheese is melted on top, and the served with hot chips and a simple salad.
- Kangaroo 🦘
Kangaroo Steak can be enjoyed from seared to marinated. From my experience, they taste like a really chew steak, extra nice if served with red wine sauce or with red wine as a beverage. Served like a steak, it is also comes with roasted vegetables or mashed potatoes/pumpkin.
- Crocodile 🐊
Crocodile meat is a rare delicacy in Australia, but definitely worth a try. The meat itself is low in fat and high in protein similar to lean pork or chicken. You can enjoy them in grill skewers, fried, or stewed in curry etc. The taste is very similar to chicken, and can be eaten safety.
- Dim Sims 🥟
A dim sim is a Chinese-inspired recipe that has been around since the 1800s from Chinese immigrants and later popularized during 1945 in Melbourne. The dim sim can be bought from any fish and chip shops, gas service station or Chinese take-aways, fried or steamed.
- Fish and Chips 🐟🍟
A popular dish that originated from the United Kingdom, the first fish and chip store was opened in 1879 in Sydney, Australia. The recipe has not much changed. A flaky battered fish fillet, deep fried and served with hot chips, salt, and tartare sauce.
- Meat Pies 🥧
A popular choice of food you’ll often see at AFL (Australian Football League) matches. Made with Aussie beef in a pastry pie, similar with sausage rolls, you can enjoy them with tomato sauce or BBQ sauce, or no sauce. You can also find them at gas service stations too.
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