English cuisine

English dish

  English cuisine is like its weather, its geography and its history; but with a bit of Chinese, Indian and North American influences.

  Some of its traditional ingredients are bread and cheese; roasted and stewed meats; freshwater and saltwater fish; chips with salt and malt vinegar; adding some new ones from American such as potatoes, tomatoes and chillies; from India some spices and curries; as same as from China, Thailand, France and Italy and of course, the famous fast food from USA.

  Among their methods of cooking, English people rather roast the food including potatoes, the beef, lamb, or chicken meat; and sometimes combining with game meat like venison; also some assorted vegetables with a combination of bacon, grilled tomatoes, fried bread, black pudding, baked beans, fried mushrooms, sausages, eggs, etc.

  Some of their typical dishes are Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, Yorkshire Pudding, Toad-in-the-Hole, Roast Meats, Steak and Kidney Pie with chips and salad, Cornish Pastie with chips, baked beans and salad, Chicken Salad, Fish and chips, Ploughman's Lunch, Shepherds' Pie, Cottage Pie, Gammon Steak with egg, Pie and Mash with parsley liquor, Jellied eels, Bangers and Mash, Black Pudding, Bacon Roly-Poly, Cumberland sausage, etc.

  Recipes of England at JustUK.org, also London Recipes at JustLondon.org