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Recipes for Harmony

Harmony Week is a celebration of our cultural diversity – a time for recognition for everyone who calls Australia home.
The suburbs surrounding The Square Mirrabooka make up one of the most multicultural areas in Australia.

Indigenous Australia
Kangaroo Stew

Did you know Aboriginal culture is the oldest continuous culture in the world.? For our First Nations peoples, food is very important as it brings families together. Not only celebrating but also catching up with families’ stories and yarns. 

Find the Kangaroo Stew recipe here.

Lebanon
Shish Taouk
"grilled chicken"

In Lebanon, very rarely are drinks served without being accompanied by food. Similar to the tapas of Spain, mezze is an array of small dishes placed before the guests creating an array of colors, flavors, textures and aromas.

Find the Shish Taouk recipe here.

South Sudanese
Kombo & Kuot
"beef & pumpkin mash"

South Sudan is one of the most culturally diverse countries in Africa, with over 60 main ethnic groups and many different religions! The word 'yum' in Dinka, is 'amitaret' which is pronounced am-eat-ar-ut.

Find the Kombo & Kuot recipe here.

Vietnam
Bánh Xèo
"crispy pancake"

Traditional Vietnamese cooking is greatly admired for its fresh ingredients,  complementary textures, and reliance on herbs and vegetables. Did you know that bánh xèo was given the name because of the noise that it makes... it sizzles!

Find the Bánh Xèo recipe here.

All recipes sourced from www.harmony.gov.au