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Between Kate Middleton, Downton Abbey and The Great British Bake Off, you’re gobsmacked (points for using British slang) by everything U.K. It’s even started to invade your kitchen (hello, easy Mary Berry desserts). But there’s more to English cooking than baking. Here, 19 recipes that are so British, they’ll give you an accent. (Psst, since these are mostly from across the pond, make sure to watch out for measurement conversion.)
So easy to make (and eat).
Three words: crispy, flaky and crunchy.
The secret ingredient? Guinness.
For the real deal, use beef suet instead of butter.
A delicious twist on a teatime classic.
British "pudding" is very different from what you grew up eating.
Healthy, speedy and satisfying.
Group brunch is served.
Serve with malt vinegar for dipping.
Because everyone deserves their own.
Not up for a food coma? Try the lighter, veggie version.
No one does breakfast better than the Brits.
It’s all about the crispy layer of potatoes on top.
For those of you on Slimming World, this decadent dinner is half a Syn.
It’s time to dust off the mini ramekins.
Basically fancy English Hot Pockets.
Permission to eat this all year long: granted.
And get this: It’s gluten free.
Serve it with extra Yorkshire pudding.
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