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Ah, lovely British food. Dig into a great big plate of this hearty cuisine.
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Kedgeree is a dish inspired from the Indian khichdi. This British version is cooked with flaked poached fish, boiled rice, curry powder and boiled eggs.
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Crisp outside, buttery and fluffy on the inside. These buttermilk scones are the perfect tea time option. Served with a delectable strawberry jam and whipped cream.
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Mulligatawny literally means pepper water and was invented by the Indian servants during the British raj. This version is made with chicken pieces, basmati rice, cream and pepper.
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Pan Haggerty- the classic British food with potatoes, onions and cheese, baked perfect.
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Bangers and mash is a traditional British dish. Quick and easy to make. Chicken sausages with fluffy mashed potatoes.
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Fish and Chips: The classic dish from Britain. Hot and crispy deep fried fish with potato fries (known as chips in Britain.
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Chicken Sauvignon and Vegetable Stew: British cuisine with a desi tadka. Chicken breast and veggies cooked in white wine with the aroma of thyme.
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Tartare Sauce: A creamy dipping sauce made with mayonnaise. Usually used with sea food, this dip is loaded with flavor.
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Scotch Eggs: A British favourite, hard boiled eggs cased in minced meat and fried.
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Treacle Pudding: A traditional British dessert with a light and golden sponge soaked in a sweet treacle syrup sauce. Golden syrup is a pale treacle (syrup extracted during sugar refinery).