Chicken Parmigiana :
Chicken parmigiana encompasses everything we love about Italian food in one bite—the chicken's juicy interior, the crisp coating of the fried breadcrumbs on the meat's exterior, the bright and slightly sweet flavor of the rich tomato sauce, and the silky texture of the mozzarella, slightly browned under a broiler.
2. Barbecued snags :
Most commonly, the main sale item at a sausage sizzle is a pork or beef sausage (often referred colloquially in Australian slang as a "snag"), cooked on a grill or barbecue and served on a single slice of white bread, or a hot dog roll in Western Australia.
3. Continental Roll :
Continental roll is an Australian sandwich influenced by Italian cuisine. The sandwich consists of a crusty and chewy bread roll filled with cheese, Italian cold cuts (usually mixed meat – mortadella, salami, and coppa) and a variety of condiments.
4. Dagwood Dog :
Dagwood dog is a popular Australian festival staple consisting of a hot dog on a stick that is dipped in batter, then deep-fried in hot oil. Before serving, the tip of Dagwood dog is typically dipped in tomato sauce, making it even tastier.
5. Emu Meat :
Emu meat is an excellent animal source food of iron. Emu meat's iron content is about twice as high as in other meats. One serving of emu meat provides about 25% of the iron needed each day. Emu meat is a good source of Vitamin B6, B12 and Folic acid as compared to other meats.
6. Pie Floater :
The pie floater is an Australian dish particularly common in Adelaide. It consists of a meat pie in a thick pea soup, typically with the addition of tomato sauce. Believed to have been first created in the 1890s, the pie floater gained popularity as a meal sold by South Australian pie carts.
7. Australian Barbecue :
While steaks, chops, sausages and seafood are standard Aussie BBQ fare, you can show off your extreme barbecue prowess by adding a few 'out-the-box' creations on the grill. Pizzas, large mushrooms and vegetable skewers all grill well and are great options for vegetarian guests.
8. Australian Burger :
They commonly include tomato, lettuce, grilled onion and meat as minimum—in this form, known in Australia as a "plain hamburger", which often also includes a slice of beetroot—and, optionally, can include cheese, beetroot, pineapple, a fried egg and bacon.
9. Cruffin :
A cruffin is a hybrid of a croissant and a muffin. The pastry is made by proofing (also called proving) and baking laminated dough in a muffin mould. The cruffin is then filled with a variety of creams, jams, crème pâtissières or curds, and then garnished.
10. Australian Pizza :
The Aussie variety is a pizza that is topped with a base of barbecue sauce, mozzarella cheese, bits of chopped bacon, and a few eggs. The pie can sometimes be enriched by the addition of onions, garlic, mushrooms, or hot peppers.