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Shepherds Pie, Bangers & Mash, Fish & Chips, Steak & Kidney Pie, Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding, Cornish Pasty - sometimes only a classic English dish hits the spot when you’re pondering your Just Eat order. English food is hearty and filling. Classic comfort food with hundreds of years of tradition behind it and a whole lot of excited appetites looking forward to it. Many of our homegrown faves have humble beginnings but have grown rapidly in popularity to become world-famous dishes that capture the imagination. Fish and Chips always brings a taste of the seaside. Shepherd’s Pie always warms up cold, rainy days. And Sunday wouldn’t be Sunday without Sunday Roast. These days you can find English dishes cherished on menus around the globe. But we recommend you find them from somewhere near you via Just Eat.
Fish & Chips
English cooking proudly boasts the first-ever culinary ‘fusion’... Yep, Fish & Chips. Deep-fried battered fish and piping-hot potato chips – take it away, English cuisine. The English have always loved their veg, hence a profusion of easy-to-order Vegetarian and Vegan meals that are delicious, hearty and inventive such as Root Vegetable Roast and Roast Mushroom & Ale PIe. A classic making a bit of a comeback is Bubble & Squeak. Historically, a breakfast dish made with leftover vegetables from a roast dinner: think potatoes, cabbage, carrots, brussel sprouts, etc all fried together (it’s the taters that ‘squeak’ by the way) until deliciously brown on all sides. Nowadays, served in a ‘cake’ form (a bit like quiche), it makes great party snacks.
“I pie with my little eye…” The English have a great history of making pies. Shepherd’s Pie (as the name suggests) is made with lamb – and back in Victorian times was originally a way of using up leftover meat. Nowadays, it’s fresh lamb mince with golden-brown onions and a wave of the magic Worcestershire Sauce wand, all under a crisp crust of smooth potato. Replace lamb with beef and you have Cottage Pie. And beneath the surface of a Fisherman’s Pie? (Well, you can work that one out.) Steak & Kidney Pie is another Pie-conic dish, with soft, scrummy, doughy pastry and hearty fillings buoyed in tasty gravy. The Cornish Pasty, too, with its golden pastry encasing a delicious meat and veg inner, can swiftly be savoured far from Cornwall (i.e. between your own four walls).
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