Top 10 food you Must Try in Australia

Ten Foods Australian Visitors Must Try 

In this article, we bring to you the most iconic Australian cuisines. While Australia is famous for its evergreen beauty, there are certain cuisines and foods, you should not miss while you are in Australia. So when you will visit Australia in 2020, make sure you eat Australian cuisines and enjoy special vines during your stay. Australian street food is also world-famous. Without wasting your time, let us have a view of the top 10 foods you must try in Australia in 2020.

1. Vegemite

Vegemite is an Australian cuisine that is the most famous food among foreigners. The food has an acquired taste, so most the people do not like it, but you should at least try it must. It originally is a dark brown paste which is prepared from spices, yeast and vegetables. You can eat it with bread and butter. Australians also eat this food with avocado, tomato and melted cheese. It has a salty taste and it’s among the top foods to be tried in Australia.

2. Barbecued Snags

Barbecued snags are famous street food in Australia and after eating them, you will be licking your fingers. It surely is one of the most iconic Australian cuisines. The barbecued snags can be found on street vendors all across the country. It is the actual definition of Australian food culture. The food is meat rolled into a sausage and is dipped in garlic butter, after which it is barbecued. The snags are one of the most loved snacks in the region.

3. Witchetty Grubs

Witchetty Grubs are the most authentic bush tucker in Australia. A grub is a nutty-flavoured bite. The fame of grubs in Australia dates back thousands of years. Australians usually struggle while eating it raw, but the fact remains that it is a regional dish. This food not only tastes good but is also one of the most common cuisines in Australia.

4. Fairy Bread

Fairy bread is one of those Australian cuisines, which are very strange as they are not commonly found. Although this Australian food is very easy to make, still it cannot be found everywhere. You can just find it at a kid’s party or event like these. Fairy bread however is just a simple white bread with butter and hundreds and thousands of sprinkles. It is one of the most enjoyable foods for kids as well as elders.

5. Barramundi

While you are in Australia, make sure you eat Barramundi. It is a special Australian cuisine which is made of fish. Barramundi is a perfect piece of fried fish. The meat in it is soft and buttery and the skin is crispy. It is street food, although it is becoming a top-notch food by calling it fish steak. The food is easily accessible and is a must-try for everyone who wants to enjoy the local foods in Australia.

6. Damper

The damper is a very cheap street Australian food. It was once considered to be a staple food of road workers and bushies. The attributes of the damper are because it utilizes the simplest of the food making recipes. The soda bread used in the damper is made up of wheat, water and a pinch of salt. This bread is baked in the coals and is paired with billy tea or a swig of rum. These days damper has become fancier with milk and self-raising flour. If you are in Australia then damper is a must-try. It is being said that the simpler the better, the damper is the live true example of this saying.

7. Tim Tams

Everything is not about cuisines, let’s talk about the Aussy’s favourite chocolate biscuit, yes which is Tim Tam. we are sure that every backpacker who has roamed the streets of Australia must have had Tim Tams. You just cannot stop yourself on just one Tim Tam. And this chocolate biscuit is so tasty that it will make you addicted to it. There is a proper way to eat Tim Tam. First, bite the diagonal corners of the biscuit and take a cup of hot drink. Use the bitten Tim Tam as a straw to suck your drink. And when your biscuit gets soft, eat it before it falls in the drink. I am already drooling over it.

8. Pigs in a Blanket

If you are still wondering about the most famous and the most eaten Australian cuisine, then we have an answer. It is Pigs in a Blanket. Like the name suggests this thing is cheesy and made to just fulfil your meat cravings. It is made up of a double dose of meat made into a sausage and wrapped in the bread. This street food is so tasty that you will not be able to hold your hand after eating one or a dozen maybe.

9. Emu

Emu Ten Foods Australian Visitors Must Try in 2020

Another must-meat rolled into a sausage is Emu. Emu is iron-rich and fat-free beef. It has low levels of cholesterol. This dish is prepared by smoking the beef and then cooling it to serve. It can also be served as a pizza topping. In today’s Australia, there are pies made of emu beef or emu meat. This gives it more flavour. Back in the times, it was one of the most filling Australian cuisines.

10. Meat Pies

When we talk about famous Australian foods meat pies are a must. They are a famous snack to eat and go. Meat pies can be found on almost every street corner of Australia. Whether you visit a bakery or a supermarket, you will always get to find hot meat pies. While in Australia, you can savour a variety of pies with different stuffings and toppings including minced meat, mushrooms, gravy, cheese and much more.

Fun Fact

What is Australia's national food?

Roast lamb has been declared Australia’s countrywide dish in a first-rate ballot that indicates we are nevertheless a rustic of meat eaters at heart. The ballot , hung on News Ltd web sites throughout all mainland capitals, attracted greater than 24,000 votes.

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