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Australia Day runs over a long weekend this year, and what better way to celebrate than to eat lots of delicious foods which commemorate everything that’s great about being Australian! Here are our top 10 dishes for you to try out:

1. Vegemite Bites

Vegemite - you either love it or you hate it. As this spread is, without doubt, the most Australian food there is, these cheesy vegemite bites are perfect to serve as canapes.

Foodi Fact: Over 22 million jars of Vegemite are sold every year.

Vegemite Bites

2. BBQ Garlic Prawns

Is there anything greater than prawns bursting with zest, hot off the barbie? These can be served as either a starter, or on a serving platter.

BBQ Garlic Prawns

3. Aussie Lamington Muffins

There's no cake more Australian than the lamington!

Foodi Fact: This cake was named after Lord Lamington, who served as Governor of Queensland from 1896 to 1901.

Lamington Muffins

4. Home-made Hamburgers

Home-made patties are incredibly straightforward to prepare, and they leave lots of room for you to play around with your own ingredients, to create the ultimate Aussie burger.

Why not add egg, avocado, or beetroot?

Home-Made Hamburgers

5. True Blue Anzac Biscuits

Crunchy or chewy?

Foodi Fact: These traditional biscuits were sent overseas to Australian soldiers in World War I due to their excellent keeping properties.

Anzac Biscuits

6. Easy Sausage Rolls

A familiar favourite, you can never go wrong with this pastry treat dunked in sauce.

Sausage Rolls

7. Pavlova topped with Blueberries, Grapes and Kiwifruit

What are you going to put on top of your pavlova this Australia Day? Take a look at this one for inspiration!

Foodi Fact: The Pavlova is believed to have been created in honour of the dancer Anna Pavlova either during or after one of her tours to Australia and New Zealand in the 1920s.


8. Barramundi with Lime, Chilli, Basil

Another simple, yet delicious seafood dish with a twist is this flavorsome barramundi which flakes off the fork.


9. Tim Tam Brownie

Tim Tams AND brownie?! Genious.

Foodi Fact: The Tim Tam factory in Sydney produces 3,000 biscuits a minute.

Tim Tam Brownie

10. One Pot Lamb Shank

If you’re after something a little more hearty, this recipe makes a delicious lamb shank stew for the whole family.

Lamb Shank

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