Breakfast in England The British traditional morning dish consists of scrambled eggs, sausage, black pudding, crispy bacon, mushrooms and grilled tomatoes, as well as beans in tomato sauce and toast with butter, tea with milk, pancakes (waffles) with jam and...London morning newspapers, found to be very popular around the world. Ireland Irish Stew is a dish of mutton, potatoes and onions, and considered the national dish of Ireland. Scotland Haggis is regarded as the Scottish national dish. It is a sheep's stomach stuffed with suet, onions and oatmeal, an exotic type of sausage. Though it was traditionally eaten only on Hogmanay (New Year's Eve) and Burns' night , but it is now eaten year-round. Wales Cawl is the national dish of Wales. It is a stew or bacon, Welsh lamb or beef, cabbage, leeks though recipes for Cawl vary from region to region and sometimes even season to season. Famous English tea The English people are very fond of tea. The English people drink black kinds of tea: Indian and Ceylon, East African, and only little part of people in England, uses Chinese tea. Tea prevails in almost every English family, and still drinking tea is one of the typical British national traditions. The English people drink tea with milk or cream. Sweet dessert British people named pudding as every dessert - and they are big fans of sweet! Pudding usually consists of eggs, sugar and flour. But in a classic form of either a light cake, or baked fruit crumble under the flour. Pudding is the most famous dessert in the UK. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Traditional English morning begins with… The dish that consists of stew mutton, potatoes and onions is… … is the dish that traditionally was eaten on Hogmanay (New Year's Eve) …traditional Wales dish which consists of stew or bacon, Welsh lamb or beef, cabbage, leeks. The traditional drink in England is … … - this word can name all the sweets in the UK.