There is a "prejudice" associated with Australian
cuisine that they year round throughout the month
eating barbeque (barbeque). But this is only true when the weather allows and Australian cuisine also has its own unique characteristics.
This is a multicultural country so you will be able to find a variety of culinary styles here: from barbecue to "English breakfast" or Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Greek cuisine ... here.
Originally, Australian food was associated with European-influenced dishes since 1788. Often, native Australians enjoyed natural pure foods, fresh fruit as well as meat dishes like kangaroo. and ostrich. Today, you can find these specialty dishes in a specialized restaurant way.
In the dining area, Australians are heavily influenced by Europe. Some cooking tips of this area are still circulated in Australia.
With warm "specialties", Australians often like fresh foods and the Australian government also encourages their citizens to use these foods to reduce fat for everyone.
Similarly, Australia is also a very open country with the culinary culture of immigrants, from Asian cuisine to Mediterranean countries.
Australians have "traditional" outdoor
dining and they love meat dishes
(pork, seafood, burgers, sausages). Therefore, barbecue is always the choice of families when the weather is warm. Their "enough" meal will always have barbecue, vegetables and salads.
Australia is a large island surrounded by four sea surfaces, so seafood is an indispensable part of Australian meals. Australians often prepare dishes with different types of seafood: salmon, prawns, tuna ... On average, there are more than 6,000 types of seafood caught and sold widely to consumers in Australia so you will don't worry about lack of choices in eating.
Australia is the world's fourth-largest exporter of wine, after Italy, Spain and France. This field alone has brought in $ 5.5 billion for the country's economy and this is the pride of the Australians. Alcoholic beverages such as beer, rum (which have been popular since colonial times) are also loved by many Australians.
However, if you do not like alcohol, you can find out about Australian style coffee, where there are many famous coffee brands like Vittoria. You may not know it, but it is the Australian who created the latte without foam.
Australian cuisine has also been known to the world through a number of specialties. In 1935, Pavlova was first shown in the history of world cuisine with the creation of Bert Sachse. The name of this cake is named after the Russian ballet actress, Anna Pavlova. Characteristic of this dessert is a layer of fresh fruit and cream, usually strawberries or raspberry (raspberry). Similarly, Melba toast and Peach Melba (called by Australian actor Dame NellieMelba) are also desserts that can't be tasted when coming to Australia.
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