Can You Name These 30 British Foods?

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Can You Name These 30 British Foods?
When we think of the culinary capitals of the world, the first cities that come to mind are Paris, Italy, and New York. Not everyone will think of the UK, but their unique cuisine will surprise you! Let's see how well you know British food!

What’s the name of this classic Welsh bread filled with dried fruit?

Bara brith

Laverbread

Lobscaws

Lavash

This is considered to be Scotland’s national soup.

Leek and chicken stew

Partan bree

Cock-a-leekie soup

Barley soup

What do you call this traditional British cake?

Victoria sandwich

Layer cake

Strawberry cream

Raspberry tart

What’s the name of this pretty, checkered cake?

Checker cake

Battenberg

Stained glass

Hamburg

Speaking of pie, what’s the sweet treat made with bananas?

Banana cream

Toffee pudding

Banana pie

Banoffee pie

Fish heads stick out of the crust in this freaky-looking pie.

Stargazy pie

Sardine pie

Surprise pie

Thieves’’ pie

What is a pickled, smoked herring also called?

Kipper

Flipper

Fishy

Herrie

This family favorite features a white vegetable.

Potato bake

Potato casserole

Baked cauliflower

Cauliflower cheese

Which dish is beef wrapped in pastry?

Beef Wellington

Cow pie

Beef pasty

Beef and mushrooms

It takes many forms, but Brits have put their own spin on which Indian dish?

Vindaloo

General Tso’s

Tom Kha

Curry

What is this favorite condiment?

Marmalade

Golden jam

Orange syrup

Toffee

What is this favorite staple of a full English breakfast?

Bean stew

British baked beans

Barbeque beans

Hummus

Want more food with cute names? Here’s another.

Jam roly-poly

Fruity roll

Roll-up

Jammie Dodger

This Scottish dish is traditionally made with onion, cabbage, and potatoes.

Rumbledethumps

Veggie pot

Wee veggies

Twiddleshins

What is the name of this traditional Welsh lamb soup?

Cawl

Cockle

Bubbles

Lamb and mash

This meal is traditional on a particular day of the week.

Sunday roast

Monday meal

Saturday lunch

Wednesday supper

Curry, eggs, rice, and fish make up this British take on Indian food.

Vindaloo

Fish stew

Kedgeree

Digeridoo

This traditional Christmas dish has a misleading name.

Fruit pie

Holiday cake

Thanksgiving pie

Mincemeat pie

Mmm. A warm, cheesy sauce on toast. What is it?

Scotch toast

London cheese bread

Fondue

Welsh rarebit

What is the name of this dessert featuring sponge cake and dates?

Sticky toffee pudding

Golden date cake

Sticky cake

Syrup pudding

Which is a common filling for a tea sandwich?

Zucchini

Peppers

Cucumber

Carrots

While we’re on the topic of scones, this dairy product goes great with them.

Fatty cream

Cream cheese

Clotted cream

Yogurt

Enjoy these crumbly treats with tea.

Scones

Tea cakes

Cookies

Biscuits

This crescent-shaped pastry can be filled with all sorts of things. What’s it called?

Moon cake

Tart

Hot pocket

Pasty

Turnips are sometimes called which other name?

Bubble

Nord

White onion

Swede

This substance comes in several varieties and is a close cousin of molasses.

Syrup

Treacle

Marmalade

Honey

This simple dish is a meal unto itself.

Pork pie

Cottage pie

Quiche

Mincemeat

This layered dessert is a British classic.

Tart

Trifle

Pie

Pudding

Speaking of the Ploughman’s lunch, this dense, flat bread from Northern England is great with it.

Ploughman’s bread

Stotty cake

Sloppy bread

Spotted bread

What’s the name of the meal that includes cold meats, cheese, pickles, and bread, usually served with a pint?

Ploughman’s lunch

Charcuterie

Meat and cheese tray

Pub meal

What is this popular pickled vegetable mix?

Piccalilli

Marmalade

Veg mush

Marmite

This baked delight is perfect with tea.

Mini cake

Biscuit

Crumpet

Muffin

Noticing a trend? This sausage and potato dish has a weird name, too.

Po-saus

Mash and gravy

Tater links

Bangers and mash

Which dessert is filled with fresh berries, whipped cream, and crumbles of meringue?

Exeter cream

Fruity Cup

Eton mess

Strawberries and cream

Brits love Indian cuisine—what’s this favorite dish served with a spicy, creamy sauce?

Saag Paneer

Naan

Vindaloo

Chicken tikka masala

This dish made from roast dinner leftovers has a fun name.

Horse and buggy

Bubble and squeak

Fried veg

Veggie delight

Lamb. Onion. Sliced potatoes. Bake. What is it?

Scalloped potatoes

Lamb casserole

Lancashire hotpot

London broil

It’s Scotland’s national dish.

Yummy tummy

Haggis

Hog pudding

Hodor

This dessert features stale bread and raisins.

Raisin bread

Bread and butter pudding

Bread cake

Butter cake

British Food? No, Thanks

Judging by your knowledge of British cuisine, you are not very interested in the topic of cooking. Or perhaps you are simply not attracted to the dishes of this country. But our test proved that they can pleasantly surprise you. Time to learn new things and try the unusual! Send this quiz to your friends, let's see if they can do it better!

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Judging by your knowledge of British cuisine, you are interested in the topic of cooking, but you are not very attracted to the dishes of this country. But our test proved that they can pleasantly surprise you. Time to learn new things and try the unusual! Send this quiz to your friends, let's see if they can do it better!

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