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British cuisine by Maria Karampournou



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    • Full breakfast
    • “ To eat well in England you should have breakfast three times a day.”
    • W. Somerset Maugham
  • 3. Common alternative names for the dish include bacon and eggs , or the fry-up
  • 4. It consists of :
    • jam
    • prunes
    • cereal
    • toast
    • fruit juice
    • grapefruit
    • tea with milk
  • 5. What else…?
    • baked beans
    • sausages
    • eggs- fried
    • poached,
    • scrambled
    • black
    • pudding
    • hash browns
    • fried mushrooms
  • 6. Ingredients:
    • Black pudding , blood pudding or blood sausage is a type of sausage
  • 7. Hash browns or hashed browns are a simple potato preparation in which potato pieces are pan-fried after being shredded, julienned , or diced .  
  • 8. Hash is a dish consisting of meat , potatoes , and spices , that are mashed together into a smooth, creamy consistency, and then cooked either alone or with other ingredients such as onions .  
  • 9. Bubble and squeak is a traditional English dish made with the shallow-fried leftover vegetables from a roast dinner .
  • 10. Potato waffles are made of reconstituted potato, oil, and seasonings . They may be baked, grilled, or fried, and are used as a side dish, often together with sausages or bacon, as a savoury side dish, or as a snack food.
  • 11. Potato cakes are made from mashed or reconstituted potato and flour and baked on a griddle.
  • 12. Most British supermarkets sell variations on the standard bread muffin, notably cheese, whole meal and even cinnamon and raisin.
  • 13. White pudding consists of pork meat and fat, bread , and oatmeal formed into the shape of a large sausage .
  • 14. It’s tea time!
  • 15. It’s eleven …
    • Elevenses is a snack that is similar to afternoon tea , but eaten in the morning.
    • It is generally less savoury than brunch, and might consist of some cake or biscuits with a cup of coffee or tea.
  • 16. From 2:00 to 5:00 we have…
    • Afternoon tea , is a small meal snack typically eaten between 2pm and 5pm.
    • The custom of afternoon tea originated in England in the 1840s.
    • At the time, the various classes in England had a divergence in their eating habits.
  • 17. High tea
    • High tea (also known as meat tea ) is an early evening meal, typically eaten between 5pm and 7pm. It is now largely followed by a lighter meal later in the evening.
  • 18. High Tea
  • 19. Are you hungry?
    • There are some famous English dishes!
    • Let’s see…
  • 20. What shall we order?
  • 21. What about ……. Fish and Chips ?
    • It typically consists of battered fish which is deep-fried and accompanied by chips .
  • 22. In Britain and Ireland , cod and haddock appear most commonly as the fish used for fish and chips.
  • 23. It’s Sunday!!
    • The traditional British main meal served on Sundays is . . .
  • 24. The Sunday Roast!!
  • 25. It consists of:
  • 26. Roast meat
  • 27. Roast or mashed potato
  • 28. Yorkshire pudding
    • It is made from batter and usually served with roast meat and gravy.
  • 29. Batter
    • It is a semi-liquid mixture of one or more flours combined with liquids such as water, milk or eggs used to prepare various foods.
  • 30. Gravy
    • Gravy is a sauce made often from the juices that run naturally from meat or vegetables during cooking
  • 31. Roast beef
    • It is a dish of beef which is roasted in an oven. T he leftovers can be and are often served within sandwiches and sometimes is used to make hash .
  • 32. hash
    • It consist s of meat , potatoes , and spices , that are mashed together into a smooth, creamy consistency, and then cooked
  • 33. Shepherd’s pie
    • Cottage pie or shepherd's pie is a meat pie with a crust of mashed potato .
  • 34. Steak and Kidney pie
    • It is filled principally with a mixture of diced beef , diced kidney (often of ox, lamb or pork), fried onion , and brown gravy .
  • 35. Bangers and mash
    • Bangers and mash , also known as sausages and mash, is a traditional English dish made of mashed potatoes and sausages .
  • 36. and now… desserts!!!
  • 37. Apple pie
  • 38. custard
    • It is made of eggs and milk" made from cornflour and vanilla.
  • 39. Eccles cake
    • An Eccles cake is a small, round cake filled with currants and made from flaky pastry with butter and can sometimes be topped with demerara sugar .
  • 40. crumble
    • It contains stewed fruit topped with a crumbly mixture of fat (usually butter ), flour , and sugar .
  • 41. Spotted dick
    • Pudding containing dried fruit (usually currants ) commonly served with custard
    • Spotted refers to the dried fruit
    • dick may be a contraction or corruption of the word pudding
  • 42. Summer pudding
    • It is a British Dessert made of sliced white bread , layered in a deep bowl with fruit and fruit juice . It is left to soak overnight and turned out onto a plate.
  • 43. triffle
    • Trifle is a dessert dishmade from thick (or often solidified) custard , fruit , sponge cake , fruit juice or gelatin , and whipped cream .
    • They are usually arranged in layers with fruit and sponge on the bottom, and custard and cream on top.
  • 44. Christmas pudding
  • 45. Christmas pudding
    • Christmas pudding is a pudding traditionally served on Christmas Day.
    • Many households have their own recipe for Christmas pudding, some handed down through families for generations
    • It’s preparation starts four to five weeks before Christmas.
    • Traditionally, every member of the household stirs the pudding, while making a wish. The day became known as “ Stir- up Sunday ".