The subtleties of Australian cuisine
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Australian cuisine is not original, but rather a combination of different cuisines of the world. But the greatest influence on it was, perhaps, British cuisine, since the country was a colony of the British Empire for a long time. Numerous immigrants from other parts of the world have contributed to the formation of the national dishes of Australia.
Oddly enough, the most favorite product of Australians is vegemite paste, which is made on the basis of yeast extract. No Australian breakfast is complete without this spread. Locals are addicted to meat. It is used in the form of barbecue or fillings for an Australian meat pie. Seafood, which is plentiful here, is also in high esteem. Desserts in Australia have a special page of cuisine - Lamington sponge cake, Pavlova cake, Anzac cookies, elf bread will please sweet tooth.
1. Australian meat pie is the hallmark of Australian cuisine. The dish is a pie no larger than the palm of your hand with a filling in the form of minced meat or minced meat. (Pengo)
2. Australian meat pie with side dish. (Alpha)
3. Vegemite is a paste made from yeast extract. It has a salty, slightly bitter taste. The product is used as a spread for toast, crackers and buns. (jules)
4. Barbecue. Australians cannot imagine their existence without fried meat. It is used both on normal days and on holidays. (Mike)
5. Pea soup with pie, or float pie. (Alpha)
6. Kangaroo meat. Since time immemorial, kangaroo meat has been consumed by local aborigines. It has a delicate taste and contains a high percentage of conjugated linoleic acid. It is worth noting that among the Australians themselves, kangaroo meat has a low demand. 70% of all production is exported to other countries. (Justin Marx)
7. Fish and chips. The dish came to Australia from the UK. It consists of deep-fried pieces of fish and French fries. (russellstreet)
8. Barracuda. (Jun Seita)
9. Pavlova is a traditional Australian dessert. It is a cake made of meringue and fruit. The dish got its name in honor of one of the most famous ballerinas of the XX century, the Russian Anna Pavlova. (Isabelle Boucher)
10. Pavlova. (Claire Sutton)
11. Anzac cookies based on oat flakes and coconut chips. It is worth noting that in Australia and New Zealand, ANZAC Day (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) is celebrated annually on April 25 in memory of their fallen citizens in all wars and military conflicts. (penguincakes)
12. Lamington - sponge cake covered with chocolate ganache and coconut chips. The delicacy got its name in honor of the governor of Queensland, Charles Wallis Alexander Napier Cochrane-Bailly, who was also the Baron of Lamington. (Alpha)
13. Tim is there. (Drew Bandy)
14. Tim Is there. (Nina Matthews Photography)
15. Elf bread is a favorite treat of children. Dessert is a toast spread with butter and sprinkled with colorful dragees. (Alpha)
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