- Fish Finger Not Dogs with Coleslaw
Anyone who likes fish fingers should try this zesty twist on the classic sandwich. Swap your hot dog for one of these fish finger not dogs. This is one of those recipes that the kids can get involved in making. Let the fish fingers cool down for a while after baking and let them assemble
- Treacle Tart
A classic British pudding for those of us with a very sweet tooth. One slice of treacle tart is never enough.
- Corned Beef Hash
A really simple dinner you can make using a few ingredients you have in the cupboard. Corned beef hash is ready to eat in 30 minutes.
- Welsh Lamb Cawl
This simple traditional Welsh lamb cawl or soup is a real winter warmer with chunky vegetables and tender lamb. Serve with crusty fresh bread and some cheese for a really hearty family meal.
- English Clotted Cream
Clotted cream is a speciality from the counties of Devon and Cornwall in Southwest England. As it’s name suggests it is thick, rich and the ideal accompaniment to scones.
- Savoury Cauliflower Cheese
Cauliflower is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals, containing some of almost every vitamin and mineral that you need.
- Fillet of Beef: Prince Albert
This recipe, fillet of beef Prince Albert, was named in his honour and although a British classic I can’t say I have ever seen it on a restaurant menu.
- Devilled Kidneys
Devilled kidneys are a classic British breakfast dish reaching their height of popularity during the Victorian era.
- Ploughman’s Lunch
I can’t think of a better way to spend a summer’s lunchtime, than sitting in a beer garden with a spread of fresh crusty bread, cheese, pickles, crisps, sometimes a salad and a pint of the local brew.
- Steak Diane
Fancy a retro style steak Diane? This recipe will take you straight back to London cuisine of the 1960s.