Eaten in Australia: Kangaroo Steaks Eick February 9, 2009 Bizarre, Steak 8 Comments The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Eick Latest posts by Eick (see all) Fast Food Bracket Round 1: Jack in the Box vs. Five Guys, KFC vs. Checkers - March 3, 2016 BK’s “Polygameat” Campaign Shockingly Similar to Wendy’s “Meatatarian” Campaign - September 16, 2014 Surge Wins Discontinued Foods Bracket! - April 12, 2013 8 Responses Carl Weaver February 9th, 2009 So were they good? I bet it tasted like a Big Mac. Reply Eick February 9th, 2009 They were actually really tasty. Tasted a little bit like bison or venison, leaner, more gameier than beef. Reply Greg February 9th, 2009 Kangaroo is awesome! Free-range (of course) so it’s very lean. The classic pairing is with beetroot (“beets” in the USA). Australia has 2 animals on its coat of arms, a kangaroo and an emu, and both are used as food. Reply Robin LoRe February 9th, 2009 Kriky, don’t they have enough meat Downunder with all the beef, lamb, mutton and camel they produce? They have to eat the frigging kangaroo’s too? What’s next? Koala Kabobs? Reply Youppi February 10th, 2009 It looks so yummy. I hope you left kanga-room for more! … Reply Frank July 9th, 2009 Kangaroo taste bloody good, so does emu & crocodile I haven’t got to the Koalas yet, but next time I hit one with a car, I’ll cook it up & see. It’s always good to tenderize your meat before cooking, isn’t it? Reply Sammy June 23rd, 2010 Robin- we have a veritable arseload of roos in aus. When we end up with too many of something, we eat it. Cane toad anyone? P.s – roo is awesome with morrocan spice Reply Civis Juzer May 31st, 2012 Kangaroo steak can be really tasty – depends how was it fried. Kangaroo sausages are delicious too – especially with smashed potato and green onion salad! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Current [email protected]* Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.