According to Peter Biantes the worlds well-known national cake of Australia, Lamington has bestowed this title after the National Trust of Queensland voted it. It is made from squares of butter cake or sponge cake, dipped in chocolate, and coated with desiccated coconut. Other variations have a layer of cream and strawberry jam between two lamington halves. Pair this with a nice cup of tea or any of the Australians favorite coffee and test your tongue to some deliciousness.
10 Most Popular
Dishes In Australia
Australians have become a melting pot of diverse cultures, beliefs, customs, and of
course cuisines. Just like any other country, Australia is laced with different dishes they
can proudly call their own. Various dishes have also found their way into the country
through colonization and immigration. But there will always be a spice of Australia even
on foreign meals as Aussies have found a way to add their uniqueness and recreate
them in a special way. That is why Australian dishes are just as worthy of recognition
and celebration. Peter Biantes, the former director of Lemnos Foods Pty Ltd, a leading
health and wellness company specializing in natural health products shares the tastiest
iconic Australian dishes. Ready to tickle your taste buds? Read on for the full scoop and
then find your way into the country for some bites!
Although originated in Italy, this meal has become a staple in many Australian great
pubs. Its a meal that consists of chicken breast French in tomato sauce, mozzarella,
ham, and melted cheese. Aussies fondly call it Parma, Parmi/Parmi, or schnitty with
tomato sauce and cheese. or abbreviations you decide to give, never abbreviate the
recipe or make a mistake as to where the best parmigiana is being offered.
One of the earliest references to fairy bread in Australia comes from an article
published in the 1934 issue of the Sydney Morning Herald in an article called Christmas
Dinner with Toddlers. Dairy bread is made from white bread, butter or migraine. It is then
covered with sprinkles commonly known as hundreds and thousands. The kids birthday
party is never complete with this dish but even adults always find it irresistible.
Story has it that the history of this dish can be traced to a 19th century miner from
California. He was the first to lured oysters in a glass and doused it with sauce which he
proudly named an oyster cocktail. Prawn cocktail is a seafood dish consisting of cooked