Historyonics: the Dim Sim
Dim Sim - The Australianised version of Cantonese dim sum was first mass produced by William Wing Young & Co. in Melbourne in the years after World War II. The dim sim became popular as fast-food at sporting events and then began to be sold at many corner stores, eaten by people who had never set foot inside a Chinese restaurant.
You won't even miss the meat
Vegan Mushroom Potstickers - 10 dried shiitake mushrooms 1 C hot water, 1 pound wild or button mushrooms, 1 C loosely packed shredded cabbage, 1 bunch gr onions, 4 garlic cloves, minced 2 tablespoons freshly grated ginger 1/4 cup tamari sauce 2 tablespoons toasted sesame oil Pinch of sugar or more to taste, 30 round wonton wrappers, 2 tablespoons canola oil, adding more if necessary.
the ultimate zucchini slice - The Clever Carrot
Zucchini slice is a typical Australian recipe, commonly enjoyed as a light lunch or snack. It’s super easy to prepare. What makes it unique in my opinion, is the texture. Combine the creamiest quiche with a bite of fluffy, savory corn pudding (minus the corn), and that’s what this tastes like.