ICONIC Australian Food You Must try


Vegemite is a dark brown paste made from various vegetables, yeast extract and spice additives. The most popular way to eat it is on bread or toast with butter. Australians also eat it with avocado, melted cheese or tomato.


If you are a coconut lover, you will love this Australian dessert, Lamington. Lamington is a sponge cake coated with a thin layer of chocolate icing and then mixed with dried coconut. Most of them are stuffed with jam or chocolate.

ANZAC Biscuit

The biscuits are made with oats, wheat flour, dried coconut, sugar, butter, golden syrup, and baking soda. The biscuits were made for the first time during World War 1. With the ingredients that can be stored for a long time, the Aussie housewives would make the biscuits and sent them to the men at war.

Tim Tams

Chocolate biscuits, Tim Tams, are very popular in Australia. The best way to eat it is called the famous Tim Tam slam; bite the diagonal corners off the Tim Tam. Then take your coffee, tea or hot chocolate and use the Tim Tam as a straw to suck the drink through the biscuit.

Fairy Bread

A popular dessert that is often eaten at children’s parties in Australia, is Fairy Bread. The bread is buttered and sprinkled with colourful sugar crumbs and cut in triangle-shaped quarters to make it look more appetising.

Meat Pie

Pies are a well-liked quick snack. Practically every corner store, bakery, and supermarket will have a case full of hot, meaty pies from which to select. Although there are many different types of savoury pies available in Australia, they are often filled with minced meat, sauce, mushrooms, onions, and cheese.


This dessert is like a large meringue with a crispy outer surface and soft texture inside garnished with fresh cream and seasonal fruits such as bananas, passion fruit, kiwi and strawberries. With its distinctive appearance and colour, Pavlova is a popular dessert used at festivals or other important occasions.

The last ICONIC Australian food goes to…..

Witchetty Grub

The witchetty grub is a term used in Australia for the large, white, wood-eating larvae of several moths. These taste a little like chicken and contain just as much protein as an entire piece of steak.

Enjoy your ICONIC food in Australia !

Resource: https://mojosurf.com/11-iconic-australian-foods-you-have-to-try/

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