Traditional English Food

by RandyMarta
Last updated 6 years ago

Discipline:
Health & Fitness
Subject:
Nutrition

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Traditional English Food

TRADITIONAL ENGLISH FOOD

So called because it is typical to take it on Sunday consists of different meats (pork, veal or lamb) roast accompanied by roasted potatoes, yorkshire pudding (as an empty vol-au-vent), sausages and seasonal vegetables all washed down with a thick sauce made of onion and the juice of the meat (gravy).

The most common are chicken with mushrooms, veal and kidney and beef to beer, all of which are served accompanied by gravy and usually of potatoes and vegetables.

It is a dish of fast food popular in England. The dish consists of different types (mostly cod and hake) fish batter with flour and egg served with potato chips is usually to add salt and vinegar.

They are sausages in mass of pudding from Yorkshire, usually served with vegetables and gravy.

It is a cold appetizer that is usually served in pubs and consists of a plate with a few pieces of (usually cheddar) cheese, pickles or onions salad, bread and butter.

It consists of a layer of lamb meat chopped and covered with mashed potatoes.The minced meat is fried with onions, Petite, carrots and other vegetables; When it is made adding a layer of mashed potatoes consistent and gets baked until golden brown and gets crispy.Other variants are Cottage pie (if it is made with meat from veal.) and Fishermans pie (with fish).

It is a dish made with remains of vegetables from the day before, normally from the Sunday roast, fried all together. The main ingredients are cabbage, potatoes, carrots, beans, Brussels sprouts, and any other vegetables that you have on hand.

FISH AND CHIPS

BUBBLE AND SQUEAK

TOAD IN THE HOLE

SUNDAY ROAST

PLOUGHMAN´S LUNCH

BANGERS AND MASH

They are sausages with mashed potatoes. Sausages can be of various types and potato mash is natural. Also, adds to this dish sauce gravy.

SHEPHERD´S PIE

PIES


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