Kangaroo meat is most commonly associated with the country of Australia where it is eaten as commonly as beef or horse. Due to the large Kangaroo heards, most Kangaroo meat is hunted wild instead of on farms, and therefore is one of the most ethical of all exotic meats. About seven million kangaroos are eaten each year in Australia and other parts of the world. Kangaroo meat can be found on the menus of Australian restaurants in Canada, the United States, and many parts of Europe, especially Germany and France.. Kangaroo meat is tender, lean, and low in fat. In addition to these health
benefits, Kangaroo meat is also more flavorful than other meats.
In Australia, Kangaroo meat is often served as kanga bangas, which are kangaroo sausages, a very tasty treat indeed. Ground kangaroo meat and steaks are also common.
Try this kangaroo meat recipe at home!
Put oil on the steak and sprinkle with salt
Put the steak on a fry pan and cook on a medium heat for 4.5 minutes each side for medium rare.
Allow to rest for 10 minutes before eating.
Enjoy with a Coopers Ale or Boags.
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