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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.Dear Australia: I need an Australian recipe.?-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
Mike said: oh,no,you are wrong.I have found as below for this question(Dear Australia: I need an Australian recipe.?),it will help you,my kids.

It's our theme for Boy Scouts. Any good ideas from people who really know!?

Why not try Anzac biscuits or good Aussie damper. Try the links I've added. Good Luck!

Other Answers:
barbecue koala bear
or tasmanian devil sashimi


AUSSIE SHRIMP>------------------------------...
12 Giant Prawns, shelled and
-deveined (heads and tails
1/4 c Butter
1 c Orange juice (freshly
2 tb Sherry
1 t Orange Zest (grated)
2 ea Green onions, tops and white
1 t Ginger root (freshly grated)

Soak a dozen long wooden skewers in water for 30
minutes. Then push skewers through prawns, lengthwise,
from head to tail with only 1 to a skewer.

Combine all ingredients in saucepan and cook over
medium to low heat, stirring, until butter is
completely melted.

Dip skewered prawns in the orange sauce and position
on oiled grill rack about 4 inches above the coals.
Baste liberally with sauce and grill for 2 minutes.
Turn the prawn over and baste again, cooking for
another 2 minutes. Smaller prawn will be done at this
point, but continue basting and turning larger prawn
until they are pink and cooked through. Remove from
heat immediately when done, as they will get tough of
overcooked. Use any remaining sauce for a dip for the

Title: Damper
Categories: Breads, Australian
Yield: 1 damper

2 1/2 c Flour, self-raising
1 t Salt
1 t Butter
1 t Sugar
1 c Milk (or use about
-1/2 C of powdered milk
-and about 1 C water)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Mix together the dry ingredients and the
butter. Add the liquid and mix well. Knead for about 5 minutes (if you
don't know about kneading, look in a good cookery book with plenty of
pictures, it's difficult to describe in words).

Shape into a flattened ball and place on a greased and floured baking sheet
or in a greased and floured round cake tin (I recommend the latter, about 7
or 8 inch diameter, as it gives a better shape). Bake for 30 minutes. Use a
Dutch oven if you are cooking in an open fire, and use your experience as
to cooking time.

Serve in moderately thick slices while still fairly hot. I'm told that
golden syrup (a treacle-like substance made as a by-product of cane sugar
refining) is the traditional thing to spread on it, and that goes well.
Jam is good, too.


* Bread as made by drovers in the outback -- I don't know how many of you
realize it, but there is a wealth of TV programmes about cooking from
around the world. We are lucky in that Australia's SBS network (Special
Broadcasting Service "multi-cultural television") has a regular slot for
food and wine at a convenient time on Saturday evenings. Over the last
couple of years we have seen series on French, Indian, Chinese, English,
Vegetarian, Australian and Sri Lankan cookery, among others. If you're
missing out, why not call your local station?

This recipe comes from a series called "Australian Tableland".
Traditionally, damper should be cooked in the coals of a camp fire, but the
temperature in an oven is much more consistent! This recipe has the
advantages of being simple and, with ordinary care, reliable.

: Difficulty: easy.
: Time: 10 minutes preparation, 30 minutes cooking.
: Precision: measure carefully.


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