7 dishes that cannot ignore in British

FISH AND CHIPS
You may be surprised to know that, in summer, this dish is considered the main dish all three meals a day. I am sure that even if you are not a “fan” of fish, you must inhale when you smell this dish. It is because the English people cook it in a way that will make anyone crave.

The dish is cooked simply by rolling fish over the dough, deep-fried until the fish turns yellow and gives off a fragrant smell, served with hot, crispy tigers. Depending on your preferences, you can sprinkle salt, vinegar or tomato sauce and enjoy.

In particular, try it at beaches like Bournemouth or Brighton – two seaside towns of England, under the sunshine, white sand and waves of whispering for your part.

ICE CREAM TEA
If you are in the south of England, also known as the sunniest area of ‚Äč‚Äčthis country, then you can’t refuse to enjoy the ice cream tea. For this world-famous drink, a steaming teapot, inside a wave of brown tea used with two large scones, each covered with sweet creams is nothing more. Make sure you’re holding the phone in your hand: Because right now, at any angle, it’s easy to get a good photo that makes your Instagram followers “itchy.”

Try it at: Torquay, Devon – home to afternoon tea.

FALAFEL
Falafel may not be a traditional English style dish, but it is warmly welcomed into the flourishing culinary culture in the United Kingdom, as if it were its own national dish.

Falafel is a cake made of mung beans or mung beans with spices and deep fried. It can be served with salad or sandwiched. Comes with this dish is a lot of other appetizers.

Try it at: Bristol, in the bustling and delicious street food stalls.

CORNISH PASTY
A rich Cornwall sandwich always knows how to satisfy a hungry stomach. Beef, potatoes, onions, and beets are wrapped in a thick layer of crispy flour and then baked. In addition to beef, this dish can be made of lamb or vegetarian.

When eating this dish, you do not need anything to cut the fork, but just need a hot bag and bite the pieces really big.

Try it at: Cornwall (obviously), after a day surfing on Polzeath beach.

APPLE CRUMBLE
Some people may think that I’m biased, because I eat steamed buns everyday (including breakfast), but humble apple pie steamed buns are the most wonderful gift that the UK brings to the taste of that. This world. Sweet apple pieces are baked with a layer of flour, sugar, and butter to make a dish with a contrasting texture and a dessert for kings. It is used with cream, or hot milk eggs instead.

Try it at: Any country pub in England.

CHIPS AND GRAVY
If you are making a journey to the northern half of this country, you can enjoy fish and chips in a slightly different combination – fries and sauces. Yes, obviously, meat sauces that are often used when eating baked goods turn out to be even more delicious when combined with fries. The fact that people in the North really like this dish, so it is definitely worth a try – especially if the sauce is coming from a freshly baked scones …

Try it at: Manchester or York.

HAGGIS
In a culinary tour in the UK, only those who are really brave should #nom (enjoy food) their way in the farther north. Scotland is a really beautiful country, but the country’s traditional dishes are definitely not for fastidious people: The Haggis is a traditional sausage made from stomach, liver, lungs, and heart. of sheep. The combination of this interesting pudding is then seasoned, and mixed with onions and oatmeal, wrapped in a sheep’s stomach (or in an artificial shell). It has an attractive taste and (believe it or not you) is said to be quite delicious. This recipe has been around for a long time – and is often eaten with addictive potatoes and beets.

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