Australia Day, on 26 January, commemorates the landing of Captain Arthur Phillip and the convicts of the First Fleet in 1788. It’s a day of national pride in Australia and the day has become a national holiday and an occasion of celebration.
What better way to celebrate than with family, friends and good food. The good old Aussie BBQ is an Australia Day Recipes favourite, but you’ll need a few other foods to make the day a real celebration.
I’ve listed some of my website favourites and hope they give you some ideas.
- Have a go at making your own burgers – beef burgers or lamb burgers. You can prepare the day before and store in the fridge until required:
- Why not accompany the steaks, burgers and snags with a delicious fried rice. You can make it the day before and just reheat on the day:
- Ratatouille can also be made the day before and served cold or reheated on Australia Day. It’s delicious with barbecued food:
- Who doesn’t love garlic bread? You can prepare the day before then either cook in the oven or on the BBQ (wrapped in foil) on the day:
- Had enough BBQ’s? Why not make roast chicken – another great Australia Day Recipes choice:
- Guests will be looking for something sweet for dessert and you can’t go wrong with apple crumble. Make it the day before, then just reheat in the oven:
- You’ll find 18 delicious crumble bottoms and 10 delicious crumble tops in Crumble Recipe e-book – that’s 180 crumble combinations 🙂
- How about some chocolate cupcakes or banana and chocolate chip muffins for dessert. You can whip up the mix in around ten minutes:
A very happy Australia Day to my Aussie readers. Hope you have a wonderful day and get to enjoy some Australia Day Recipes 🙂
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