National dishes of Great Britain

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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.
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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.

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