Recipes (english)

Australian Recipes

The Australian cuisine is characterized by the most diverse immigrants, so that a mixture of continental and Asian dishes arose. In some cases, recipes were prepared more simply in the bush style or further developed with new variations. Ingredients from Aboriginal cuisine such as bottle tree blossoms, acacia seeds or Quandong fruits are also used in dishes. In addition to beef, veal and poultry, Australian cuisine often offers lamb. Pork is eaten less often. Game dishes differ from European cuisine in that they include water buffaloes, crocodiles, emus and kangaroos. The kangaroo meat, which has a taste reminiscent of deer, is usually grilled and contains only 1 g fat per 100 g meat. The protein content, on the other hand, is relatively high. The tail is cooked, similarly as with us the ox-tail. Stews can be prepared from crocodile meat. Barbeques (BBQ or Barbie for short) are popular, where everyone meets for an informal barbecue party. More vegetables such as potatoes, peas or pumpkin are often served as a salad to accompany meat dishes. Fish and seafood such as red snapper, sea bass, oysters, mussels, cuttlefish, lobster, lobster, king prawns and crayfish provide Australian cuisine with a rich selection. Australians use a lot of honey and are among the world's best honey producers. The well-known apple variety Granny Smith also originates from Australia. The main meal in Australia is taken in the evening. In restaurants, table water is usually served free of charge with the dishes. Tea is a popular drink, and Australia even grows its own tea. Coffee is usually offered in powder form. Australia is also known for its excellent wines and beers, such as the famous Fosters. Beer is served in Australia without foam and ice cold. In restaurants, the serving of alcohol is strictly licensed. That's why B.Y.O. is often used. - bring your own - offered. You can buy alcoholic beverages in bottle shops, which border directly on the pubs and bring the bottles into the pub. There one then pays a so-called cork money and can drink his bottle then to the meal.

Anzac Biscuits Cookies
Anzac Biscuits Cookies Anzac Biscuits biscuits are a crispy Australian pastry. Preheat baking oven to 150° C. ...
Aussie Beef Meat Curry
Aussie Beef Meat Curry This recipe for Aussie beef meat curry comes from Australia. It is served with banana sambal, which goes well with Aussie beef meat curry and reduces the spiciness of the dish. ...
Australian Carrot Stir Cake
Australian Carrot Stir Cake tastes very juicy and keeps itself fresh for several days. That's enough for half a baking tray. ...
Australian cheese cake
Australian cheese cake is prepared unlike German cheese cake not with curd cheese, but with fresh cheese. Well chilled Australian cheese cake is also often served as a dessert cake. ...
Bananas Sambal
Bananas Sambal This recipe for banana sambal comes from Australia. It goes very well with spicy curries and forms a harmonious contrast to the meat. ...
Chocolate cake Lamington
Chocolate cake Lamington is based on the Australian pastry Lamingtons (after the Baron Lamington - former governor of Queensland), which are served cut into cubes. This Lamington chocolate cake tastes particularly good if you let it cool well in the fridge. ...
Lamb Chops / Lamb Chops Grilled
Lamb Chops / Lamb Chops Grilled The recipe for grilled lamb chops / grilled lamb chops comes from Australia. Cut the fat edge of the lamb chops slightly with a sharp knife at a distance of approx. 2 cm so that the lamb chops do not bend up when grilling. ...
Oyster Kilpatrick
Oyster Kilpatrick Kilpatrick oysters are mainly prepared this way in Australia. Brush oysters well under running water. ...
Strawberry Pavlova Cake
Strawberry Pavlova Cake from Australia tastes particularly fruity. Due to its lightness, this meringue cake is also very suitable as a dessert cake. ...

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