Top Ten Great British Dishes

Ten classic British recipes, including Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding, Trifle, and Cullen Skink - as voted for by Good Food Channelies...

1. Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding

1. Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding

For a traditional Sunday lunch, try Frank Bordoni's Rib of Beef with Yorkshire pudding.
2. Fish and Chips

2. Fish and Chips

Andrew Nutter’s sophisticated elegant take on this traditional dish incorporates ginger-flavoured batter, spicy brill fillets and a light petit pois dressing. try his Designer Fish and Chips.
3. Shepherd's Pie

3. Shepherd's Pie

Paul Bloxham chooses light, fresh Welsh goat’s cheese and meltingly soft leeks for this tasty flag-waving rendition of long-time family favourite Shepherd's Pie.
4. Steak and Kidney Pie

4. Steak and Kidney Pie

Frank Bordoni prepares his Mum's Steak and Kidney Pie using a tried and trusted recipe. Delicious!
5. Cullen Skink

5. Cullen Skink

Ed Baines cooks up this a traditional Scottish smoked haddock soup. It's full of flavour and easy to make too.
6. Sausage and Mash

6. Sausage and Mash

A classic combination from Ed Baines, this recipes for Sausages and Mash includes a flavoursome onion gravy.
7. Great British Fry up

7. Great British Fry up

The best breakfast, just got better with Simon Rimmer's take on this British institution. Wild boar sausages and beef and horseradish sausages set this version apart.
8. Rhubarb and Custard

8. Rhubarb and Custard

A match made in Heaven, be it in trifle, crumble or on its own. Warm flavours of star anise, cinnamon and vanilla add a spicy note to Simon Rimmer's Rhubarb Crumble, served with lashings of custard.
9. Fish Pie

9. Fish Pie

For an easy family supper, Fish Pie never fails to please and this classic from Frank Bordoni hits the spot.
10. Trifle

10. Trifle

Jenny Linford’s classic English dessert is a delightful dish with which to round off a meal and is wonderfully simple to prepare.
 

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fish and chips should be a no 1

Anonymous Anonymous Posted 25 Jun 2009 2:42 PM
 

trifle looks good

Anonymous Anonymous Posted 25 Jun 2009 10:06 AM