If there’s one thing us Aussies love, it’s a snack.
In addition to our three square meals a day and two meat ‘n veg, we’re prone to the odd nibble or seven to keep us satisfied.
Despite the ‘wellness’ trend that’s currently got Australia in a choke hold, rest assured the unhealthy old fashioned favourites from yesteryear are still well and truly kicking.
Read on to find out if your go-to Aussie snack made Good Food’s top five list:
5. Meat Pie
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America has the hamburger. England, a cooked English breakfast. But down under, it’s all about the meat pie. A staple at footy grounds across the country, one can hardly go wrong with a good ‘ol chunky beef pie.
Hitting our shores with the First Fleet, the history of one of Australia’s favourite snacks goes back as far as the middle ages when street vendors used the pastry casing to help cook the meat.