There are many great British recipes that have become Australian favourites like cottage pie, shepherd’s pie, steamed pudding, Yorkshire pudding and trifle.
Toad in the Hole is a combination of sausages and Yorkshire pudding batter, baked together until puffy and crisp. A delicious and easy lunch, especially when served with mustard onion gravy!
Dad has always been the master of this recipe which has been handed down from his parents. He makes it every week for a snack. It's beautiful cold and fills the house with that lovely smell of cloves. Once the meat is cold, the slices are just so tender, its awesome. You can make it with a white mustard sauce too if you are having it for dinner.
This is my comforting version of Shepherd's Pie that my whole family loves! It is amazing that such a simple dish can be so good.
Crème Anglaise, or "English Cream," is a delicious pourable custard. Serve it alongside sweet pies, tarts, or chocolate desserts, or use it as a base for making ice cream.
The classic recipe of pork sausages cooked in a golden Yorkshire pudding batter. Gravy is essential with this dish.