British Cuisine 23

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Apple Crisp
It is a dessert consisting of baked chopped apples, topped with a crisp streusel crust. Ingredients usually include cooked apples, butter, sugar, flour, cinnamon, and often oats and brown sugar, ginger, and/or nutmeg. One of the most common ...
Banbury Cake
It is a spiced, currant-filled, flat pastry cake similar to an Eccles cake, although it is more oval in shape.
Banoffee Pie
It is an English dessert pie made from bananas, cream and toffee. It is made from boiled condensed milk, combined either on a pastry base or one made from crumbled biscuits and butter. Some versions of the recipe ...
Battenberg Cake
It is a light sponge cake with the pieces covered in jam. The cake is covered in marzipan and, when cut in cross section, displays a distinctive two-by-two check pattern alternately coloured pink and yellow
Battered Sausage
The battered sausage is a standard menu item in fish and chip shops across Great Britain, often described as an "essential" staple of the fish and chip shop menu. They consist of a pork sausage dipped in batter ...
Black Bun
It is a type of fruit cake completely covered with pastry. It is Scottish in origin, originally eaten on Twelfth Night but now enjoyed at Hogmanay. The cake mixture typically contains raisins, currants, almonds, citrus peel, allspice, ginger, ...
Caraway Seed Cake
It is a traditional British cake flavoured with caraway or other flavourful seeds. Caraway seeds have been long used in British cookery, and at one time caraway-seed biscuits were prepared to mark the end of the sowing of ...
Chelsea Bun
It is a type of currant bun that was first created in the 18th century at the Bun House in Chelsea, an establishment favoured by Hanoverian royalty, which was demolished in 1839.The bun is made of a rich ...
Chocolate Pudding
It is a steamed dessert which consists of flour, baking powder, sugar, whole eggs, vanilla aroma, and cocoa powder or chocolate mixed together to make a batter and steamed or baked similar to Christmas pudding. Texturally it is ...
Fat Rascal
It is a type of cake, similar to a scone or rock cake in both taste and ingredients. It originated in Yorkshire at least as early as the 1800s.