A Festive Meal From Down Under – Australian Meal Plan

Australians are probably the luckiest on Christmas day. Unlike other countries in the world, Australians celebrate Christmas by frolicking on sunny beaches. Most families wake up late and head down to the beach for a day of laughter, love and sunshine. Brunch is usually the first and most important meal of the day. Celebrate Christmas this year with some inspiration from our ‘mates’ from down under. 

Starter: Steamed Prawns With Tomato Aioli Dip

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Steamed Prawns with Tomato Aioli Dip
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  1. Steam the prawns for about 6-10 minutes until cooked and tender.
  2. Blend tomatoes in a mixer until it becomes a paste.
  3. Add egg yolks, mustard and vinegar and process until combined.
  4. Add oil and water and process again.
  5. Season with salt and pepper and serve alongside the steamed prawns.

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Main Course: Chicken Galantine

Although this recipe finds its origin from France, it is well-loved by the people down under. Made from boneless chicken and infused with spices, chicken mince and cream cheese, Chicken galantines is a rich and flavorful dish. Not in the mood to make one yourself? Order in the Licious Ready to Cook – Chicken Galantine. To know more on how to cook it click here 

Dessert – Easy & Delicious Lamington Cake

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Lamington Cake
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  1. Add eggs and sugar and whisk until there is a visible increase in volume.
  2. Sift in the flour and stir gently
  3. Pour into a silicone cake mould
  4. Bake for 25 minutes at 170 degree celsius
  5. To make the ganache, start by warming the heavy cream
  6. Pour heavy cream over finely chopped dark chocolate and butter.
  7. Mix until smooth
  8. Once the cake has finished baking, allow it to cool completely and then cut into squares.
  9. Dip squares into chocolate ganache and roll in coconut.

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Put a twist on the celebrations this year by trying out cuisines from around the world. We wish you and your family a happy and safe holiday. Let us know your questions in the comments below. 

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