You are probably familiar with famous British dishes such as fish & chips, bangers and mash, and of course, crumpets, but have you ever heard of toad in the hole? How about bubble and squeak? There are a ton of British recipes we just don’t have here in our American kitchens and restaurants. Why not bring a little international cuisine to the table and try out a few of these dishes this week. We promise you won’t regret it!
These popovers are baked in muffin tins, and they only call for five ingredients. We already had everything we needed in the refrigerator and pantry. Best of all, there are no special tricks or advanced techniques involved in the process! Yorkshire pudding is really quite simple but looks super elegant. Get the easy recipe here!
Toad in the hole is a distinctly British recipe combining two very British foods: sausage, and Yorkshire pudding. This is a relatively simple dish ingredient-wise, however, it can be hard to perfect. The trick is to preheat the casserole dish. Serve this meal with an onion gravy, or a mustard, and with a side of vegetables and mashed potatoes. Get the full recipe here!
When it comes to British desserts, it doesn’t get more classic than a light and refreshing pudding.This is such a cool dessert to make – you only make one batter, but you get two distinct parts of the dessert: the lemon pudding on the bottom and the golden, puffed up crust on top. This dessert is rich, but it doesn’t feel too heavy. In fact, the tartness makes this pudding cake refreshing and light – a definite win in our book! Get the magical recipe here!