Travelling in the UK or living there while trying to enjoy the local cuisine will bring you in front of some exquisite dishes. The traditional British dishes are something you have to try at any cost. Otherwise, you will lose some incredible taste buds explosions.

Here are the most famous traditional British dishes you have to try!

Fish and Chips

This type of food is a must if you are travelling in the UK due to its delicious taste. If you want to get the best possible taste of this dish, you have to try it in the open air, near the sea, but watch out for the seagulls, or they will steal your food.

Bangers and Mash

This dish is also called “sausages and mash,” and it contains fried sausages and some mashed potato which can be accompanied by peas or gravy. You eat it in a restaurant, or even in a pub, but most important; it is so easy to cook that you can also make and enjoy it at home.

Full English Breakfast

We all know the English breakfast and the importance of taking it as the most healthy and necessary meal of the entire day. Whether mentally challenged by important exams or stressed out on a trip, you have to have breakfast, and this one includes bacon, sausages, eggs, baked beans, toast, mushrooms, tomatoes, hash browns, and even black pudding.

Sunday Roast

The British people love this dish, which contains roast meat, roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, stuffing, vegetables such as Brussels sprouts, peas, carrots, roast parsnips, broccoli, and gravy.

Toad in the Hole

This particular dish is an easy to prepare recipe which you can make at home. All you need is sausages in Yorkshire pudding butter, and you can serve it with gravy and some vegetables if you like.

Shepherd’s Pie/Cottage Pie

These two dishes are extremely similar. The only notable difference is the type of meat you want to use. To clear things up; neither of these dishes contains pastry. Shepherd’s pie and cottage pie include mince and vegetables; tomatoes, carrots, onion, potatoes.

Steak and Kidney Pie

This is another British dish which locals love, and you must try it once you get to the UK. It consists of beef, fried onion, kidneys and gravy, and everything is wrapped up in pastry.

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