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United Kingdom Cuisine and Food



Traditional New England Boiled Dinner
Any and all root vegetables work well in this recipe. The ingredients includes corned beef brisket, potatoes, boiler onions, baby carrots, parsnips,rutabaga, turnips, ground black pepper, and parsley.

Golden Raisin Bread
Coiling both sides of the dough to the center gives the loaves their unique shape. Cornish bakers are renowned for their fragrant saffron breads, a specialty of Britain's West Country. Although exotic, saffron has been part of the English pantry for hundreds of years, a result of the spice trade.

Pikelets
Pikelets, a quick-bread version of crumpets, are often served at afternoon tea during the winter months in the British Isles. Serve hot off the griddle with plenty of butter and a choice of favorite jams or jellies. The cooking technique is similar to making pancakes.

Corned Beef Hash with Poached Eggs
This meal is an inspired resurrection of leftover meat, the hash derives its appeal from the tenderness of corned beef that has been slowly simmered and then moistened with some of the cooking liquid just before frying.

English Trifle
This dessert belongs to an enduring family of the english desserts. A frothy wine cream concoction that dates back to the 16th century. Presented in a straight-sided glass bowl, it makes a festive addition to a party buffet.

Ladyfingers
These dainty and versatile sponge cakes can be made into sandwiches with jam or preserves, used to line a dessert mold, or simply served with fresh fruit and a cup of tea. The ingrediants includes eggs, sifted powdered sugar, vanilla, sifted cake flour, and powdered sugar. The ingrediants are baked up to 10 minutes, then transferd on to ladyfinger molds, then cool for about 10 minutes, and store in a freezer.

Rice Pudding with Golden Raisins
Creamy rice pudding is a comforting conclusion to any meal. The delicate texture of medium-grain white rice contributes to its luscious, moist consistency. Raisins and other dried fruits, such as apricots, cherries or cranberries, can be added, as substitutes.

Shortbread
Great Britain is famous for this grand staple. It is legendary in its traditional form, but they are some variations, for adventuresome shortbread lovers.


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