Tips of British food!
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Passionate about culture, arts and entertainment I have a lot of baggage... More than 4 years in London and 9 years around the world, having performed in 22 countries as a singer, dancer, actress and magician and of course always exploring the world!
About British Food.
Fish and Chips - Fried cod, chips and pea puree. Fish cake - Filleted fish croquette or salmon and other chopped or ground seafood. Chicken / Vegetable Curry - chicken or vegetables in a curry sauce, accompanied by white rice (basmati type) and a flat bread called Naan. There may be variations. Full English Breakfast - Bacon, fried eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, baked beans, but which can also be cooked, with tomato sauce, sausage and toasted bread. There may be variations. Sunday Roast - Traditionally served on Sundays, consisting of a roasted meat, usually roast beef (it can be pork or chicken), accompanied by Yorkshire puddings, roasted potatoes, boiled vegetables and gravy (typical sauce). Shepherd's Pie / Cottage Pie - Beef or lamb pie, topped with mashed potatoes and baked in the oven. British pies (steak, kidney, pork...) Bangers and Mash - Sausages served with mashed potatoes. Sausage roll - Rolled sausage puff pastry. Scotch egg - Boiled egg wrapped in ground meat and breaded in breadcrumbs and fried. Afternoon tea - Victoria Sponge Cake, Scones, jam, double cream, sandwiches, English Breakfast tea. Puddings - Varied types of pudding for dessert. Bakewell Tart - Tart with crunchy pastry under layers of jam, frangipane and a topping of flaked almonds. Mince Pie - Sweet pie filled with a mixture of dried fruits and spices called 'ground meat', traditionally served during the Christmas season.