Most Popular australian recipes
This delicious pudding was given to me by a lovely waitress in Australia, I fiddled about with it before putting it on my Girl's Travel Club website where it was picked up by an ITV researcher. I ho
By Helga Slater
The Pavlova was created in honour of Anna Pavlova after a dancing tour in Australia and New Zealand in the 1920's. It is essentially a meringue with whipped cream and fruit in the centre.
By Stacey Bramley
Mum always made this when we were growing up. Now I make it too. We really don't measure any of these ingredients so don't take it as gospel, works well with any mix of quantities!
By Deni Hemsley
This is hideously calorific but VERY tasty. Really quick prep. Can be double batched and frozen (wrap individual portions in alfoil) - lovely hot with vegies or cold on a salad.
This is a very old recipe from about 1967 when hardly anyone had tasted this sort of cheesecake. Up to this time 'cheescakes' were puff pastry cakes topped with coconut strands.
By Sandy Gilmartin
Cheap, very easy to make, look great and tastes yummy. My brother made this for me. A dish to share with your friends and loved one's....they're finger licking good!
By Amanda Y
This is easy comfort food, and my son loves it. My mum used to make it when I was a kid, and I think the pineapple gives it a really nice twist.
By Kitchen Kitty
A Australian classic tea time recipe - chocolate, cocconut, sponge & jam - what more could you want! Sponge best made day before icing.
By Love baking
Coconut cakes are often made in loaf tins and taste delicious toasted with butter. Also makes a great alternative to a carrot cake.
By Nick Owen
Smoking your own foods is fun and tasty. This is a brilliant method. Try wood chips in beer, wine, cider or with herbs and chilli.