Vacation is all about views and food. Every country in the world has so many special, mouth-watering dishes that take us on a tour to heaven within the first bite. For now, let’s see what Australia has to offer us. Here’s a list of 7 most delicious street foods of Australia that you must try when you visit there. Surely you’ll fall in love with them.
Aussie meat pie
This may be the most iconic street food of Australia and is also a fancy meal. They are made up of different kinds of beef filled inside flaky pastry. There are also surprises like cheese, onions, or chicken filled inside it. You can find them at most of the food tucks and in fairs too. You can enjoy them with tomato ketchup. We bet you will fall in love with it.
Barramundi is a ‘Large scale river fish’ fish that is loved by every Australian. It can be cooked in any way you like but Australians mostly like grilled Barramundi. It has a firm, moist flesh. This fish is healthier than other fishes and is so delicious. But it can be eaten as steamed, fried or baked.
Barbecued snags are Australian sausages usually made with beef, pork and onions; they are then dipped in garlic butter and finally barbecued. You can enjoy these snags with grilled onions, mashed potatoes, salads, or any kind of sauce. You will find yourself addicted to them in no time. They are served in almost every Australian barbecue party.
John Dory fillets
John Dory Fillets, interesting name right? John Dory is a fish packed with nutrients, is super delicious and is very easy to cook. It is light in taste and has a slightly sweet flavor. But you don’t need to as you’ll find it on every corner of Australia. You can cook it in any way you like and serve it with chips, salad, or even mashed potato.
Chiko rolls are much like spring rolls in Australia. They are stuffed with chicken or beef and vegetables like carrot, cabbage and spices. The meat and vegetable mix is wrapped in flour dough and eggs and deep fried until golden. Chiko rolls can be found in almost every corner shop.
Dagwood dog is the traditional hot dog of Australia but a bit different from the regular one. This is a hot dog on a stick which is dipped in the batter and then deep fried as Australians like fried food. It is mostly served with tomato Ketchup.
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