If you have never tried a sausage roll before, I recommend trying this recipe. I don’t recall coming across them in the US during my various trips to their wonderful shores. Essential they are what they called: a sausage rolled up in a puff pastry coating. Every bakery selling pies in Australia (and that is most of them) has these little beauties sitting right next to them. They are a fabulous party food: just make them finger sized and you have enough to feed an army of kids for your next children’s birthday. Don’t get me wrong though, they are always a
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The Aussie staple? Why yes, I would have to say the humble meat pie is a regular in the Australian diet. You can’t walk into a bakery without seeing these savory delights. Ahh… my mouth waters at the thought!
This is a delicious recipe for a ‘Shredded’ beef pie – chunks of steak are baked for hours until they fall apart. They are wonderfully indulgent parcels of pastry. If you have never tried a meat pie, well I assure you this is the recipe for you! You will be converted forever.
Shredded Beef Steak Pies
Makes 12 individual
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When you think of Australian food you could easily associate with our country, not a lot comes to mind. Most countries are lucky enough to have dish after dish of culinary identity to call their own, while we seem to be struggling to come up with a handful of iconic dishes and as a consequence we hold on to the ones we do have for dear life. We are a new nation so are a little bit behind in finding our own food identity. So what do we call our own with our heads held high with Australian pride? The
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