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6 Popular Traditional Cuisines in the UK

6 Popular Traditional Cuisines in the UK
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Created By: Ola ElWassifyon 13 February, 2019

1. Bacon Butty

It is just a bacon sandwich, but everyone can come up with their own recipe. It is one of the most popular foods in England. It is widely agreed that the bread should be white and extra ingredients could be added for moisture and flavour.

2. Bangers & Mash

Simply, they’re pork sausages and mashed potatoes, and any genuine Anglophile knows its unique British food name. It is one of the top traditional English dinner party menu dishesAdd some fried onions and butter for a more mouthwatering taste.

Bangers & Mash

3. Fish and Chips in England

You surely knew this dish will be mentioned here since it is one of the top 10 English meals. As popular as it is, do thorough research before hitting a place to try it. Some places just make it the worst and others make the genuine British taste. It should come with fried battered fish and chips and it is a famous on-the-go English snack.

Bonus Tip: Use www.just-eat.co.uk to filter the bad ones from the good ones. Break a leg!

4. Beans on Toast

Nothing could be said to explain this one! It is simply the most popular British food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Of course, you expected buttered bread to be mentioned, but they even spreading Marmite over their buttered toast nowadays.

5. Scones

Scones are one of tastiest traditional English desserts; they’re dense bread-like cakes, made from flour, butter and milk. It is usually eaten with strawberries jam and clotted cream. These light desserts are essential to the famous English tea time.

 Scones

6. Sausage Rolls

It is one of the most popular savoury pastry snacks in the UK. What makes it so popular is the easiness of eating it on-the-go. Wrap one pastry strip around each half-sausage, and then place on a baking sheet. Bake for 20 minutes until the pastry is golden. This traditional British food recipe is both easy and scrummy. 


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