On an English menu, what is the following?
These dishes are part of the rich culinary heritage of the UK, and while some of them might have unusual ingredients or names, they hold a special place in traditional British and Scottish cuisine.
- Toad in the Hole: Sausages smothered in Yorkshire pudding batter, often accompanied by gravy or vegetables.
- Pigs in a Blanket: Small sausages wrapped in puff pastry dough, typically served as an appetizer.
- Bubble and Squeak: Dish made with fried potatoes and cabbage, although it can also include a variety of different vegetables.
- Bangers and Mash: Sausages served on a bed of mashed potatoes. "Bangers" refer to the sausages and "mash" refers to the mashed potatoes.
- Spotted Dick: A sponge pudding made with suet and dried fruit, often served with custard. Suet is the raw, white, hard fat found on various livestock animal's kidneys and loins.
- Haggis: A traditional Scottish dish made from sheep's heart, lungs, and liver, seasoned with onions and oatmeal.
- Offal: An ingredient in many dishes made from animal organs and entrails.
- Black Pudding: A sausage made from scraps of various animals, along with animal blood.
- Jellied Eels: Eels that are cooked and set in a jelly-like substance.
- Mucky Dripping: A finishing gravy made from sauces and juices left in the roasting pan.