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#1 Thu 03 Jan 13 11:10pm

Andaluz Chef

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Traditional english dishes

Hi everyone,
Im studying to become a Chef in Granada (Spain) and I have to make a full menu of traditional english food. I hope someone could give me a hand sending recipes. Thanx in advance and happy new year.

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#2 Thu 03 Jan 13 11:15pm

Andaluz Chef

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Re: Traditional english dishes

help

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#3 Fri 04 Jan 13 7:01am

Thistledo

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Re: Traditional english dishes

Welcome Andaluz Chef.
A full English will always go down well with tourists, or ex pats.  British bacon, fresh mushrooms, tomato, egg(s) and of course, black pudding (best from Scotland).  There are those that would like baked beans as well and even sauteed potatoes.  One could go on.  Best to grill bacon and tomato and lightly fry the black pudding.  Please, make sure you serve on hot plates.  Nothing worse than hot food on a cold plate - yuk.
Good luck.

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#4 Fri 04 Jan 13 9:30am

Andaluz Chef

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Re: Traditional english dishes

Thanx for the tip. what about a sunday lunch?

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#5 Fri 04 Jan 13 9:39am

beerforyorky

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Re: Traditional english dishes

Mushy peas! I still cook them to this day (if I can get them). Good with any meat pie or pasty. Either with brown sauce or mint sauce.

http://freebeerforyorky.com/images/piepeas2.jpg

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#6 Fri 04 Jan 13 9:42am

beerforyorky

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Re: Traditional english dishes

Or Yorkshire fishcakes (which I happen to be cooking this evening).

http://freebeerforyorky.com/Spuds.html#Fish

[Edited because the sun was in my eyes]

Last edited by beerforyorky (Fri 04 Jan 13 10:06am)

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#7 Fri 04 Jan 13 10:03am

wine~o

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Re: Traditional english dishes

Andaluz Chef wrote:

Thanx for the tip. what about a sunday lunch?

Roast beef with yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, gravy, Veg. horseradish sauce..

Roast Pork with crackling,roast potatoes, gravy, Veg. and apple sauce.

Roast Lamb roast potatoes, gravy, Veg. and mint sauce..

Apple pie and custard for dessert...or rhubarb crumble (in season)..

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#8 Fri 04 Jan 13 10:08am

beerforyorky

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Re: Traditional english dishes

Or another traditional English dish: chicken tikka masala!

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#9 Fri 04 Jan 13 10:10am

Andaluz Chef

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Re: Traditional english dishes

thanx everyone I think ill get a good report at school

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#10 Fri 04 Jan 13 10:40am

Thistledo

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Re: Traditional english dishes

Don't forget to cater for the vegetarians, ie veggie crumble or pie.  Had a very nice veggie shepherds pie last night.  Onion, garlic, carrots, chestnut mushrooms, Puy lentils, wine, stock, tomato puree, plus other basics.  It was delicious, even though I'm not a vegetarian.  Definitely on our must-do-again list.

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