It seems that the rise of street food, casual eateries and hidden gems has truly given way to a new foodie culture. While we love crisp white tablecloths, sparkling glassware and perfectly presented dishes, we must admit, that we would just as happily chow-down on an incredible burger.
A big plate of authentic and full-of-flavour food is something for the soul and the type of cooking that so many home cooks fall in love with! And being Australian, we have a slight advantage…
Our rich culture means that we can find everything from curries to calzones and crepes all within walking distance of each other. Which has inspired us to add recipes from all over the world, into our own cooking repertoires.
Our friends from Lilydale have come up with an incredible collection of street eats recipes inspired by the most famous street food vendours from all over the world.
Pinoy Skewers from the Philippines, Gyozas from Japan and a Buttermilk Fried Chicken Burger from America, master the famous flavours of the world at home in your kitchen! The step-by-step cooking videos will help you to learn these different cuisines, in no time at all.
Bigger is definitely better in the US and that’s no exception to the food scene. Serve up crispy buttermilk fried chicken atop a soft milk bun with fresh slaw or a cheesy covered Philly steak on a baguette with lashings of chipotle mayo!
Mexican food always packs an impressive punch. Learn how to make a burrito the authentic way with brown rice, black beans, fresh salsa and homemade spice mix coated chicken.
We know that Chinese offers much more than honey chicken, mongolian beef and a mixed entree. But, we just can’t go past these crispy crunchy Spring Rolls.
Korean food is all the buzz and we can certainly see why, with this Fried Chicken masterpiece topped with kimchi, spicy sauce and green onions.
Filipino food is all about flavour! Rich curries, sweet and sour combinations and of course skewers on a stick served by some of the best street vendors in the world.
*DISCLAIMER: Lilydale is a contributing recipe Partner at myfoodbook.com.au. All opinions in this article are our own. For further information on Lilydale’s range of products, visit the Lilydale website.