- Feb 3rd 2021
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Australian barbeque culture
There’s nothing like hosting a BBQ to ring in the warmer summer days and celebrate Australia’s favourite day with the ultimate Aussie BBQ spread. If you're stuck for ideas on what to feed your guests for Australia Day, look no further.
Our Australia Day BBQ ideas are full of seasonal recipes that are simple and easy to make, and perfect for sharing with family and friends around the table. Enjoy with fresh salads and summery drinks, and of course a lamington or pavlova to finish off the feast.
These chicken bites are easy to make and delightful to eat. Wonderfully fragrant with asian spices it’s best served warm as a delicious finger food or with a serve of salad on the side.
Sticky ginger chicken
A quick sweet and tangy recipe, this sticky ginger chicken is perfect for nibbles with drinks or as light meal served with a salad
Mustard beef sausages
Skip the store bought sausages and make your own fresh home-made ones with our Metal Food Grinder Attachment. These mustard beef sausages are too delicious not to serve up at your next summer BBQ. Serve them on flatbread instead of the usual bread rolls or if you love the classic, serve with white bread on a bed of caramalised onions.
Homemade beef sausage rolls
These super easy Homemade Sausage Rolls are such a family favourite and will be a hit at your Australia Day BBQ! They’re crunchy, bakery-style rolls with a classic beef and vegetable filling wrapped in flaky puff pastry. It’s also Freezer-friendly and super quick - this is sure to become your go-to snack.
Haloumi green salad
Pan fried golden Haloumi slices are the perfect match for crisp citrus tossed fresh greens. This haloumi green salad makes the perfect accompaniment to serve along your summer BBQ spread. It’s fresh, light and refreshing especially on a hot summer's day,
Everyone needs a good potato salad for the BBQ season. Love a potato salad and love a pesto? They team together perfectly in this easy pesto potato salad recipe. Keep reading to learn how to prepare it! It’s full of fresh basil, parmesan cheese, fresh lemon, celery for extra crunch, and lots of flaky sea salt. Vibrant, fresh and all around so delicious!
Anzac biscuits are a well loved Australian treat. This is our Anzac biscuit recipe for the traditional favourite with variations based on your preference! It's delicious and easy to make and will last well in an air tight container for up to 5 days.