What is the main ingredient of flapjacks?
Oats Click to see the answer
What goes between the chocolate and biscuit in a millionaire's shortbread?
What is the Scottish dish of cullen skink?
In which part of the UK might you have an Ulster Fry for breakfast?
Jellied eels are mostly associated with which British city?
Banbury Cakes originated in which English county?
Damsons are closely related to which other fruit?
Plum Click to see the answer
What goes around the boiled egg in a Scotch Egg?
Mint sauce is usually served with which roast meat?
What is in the middle of an arctic roll?
Gazpacho is a cold soup from which country?
Lobscouse, or scouse, is a traditional stew dish from which city?
What is the main component of an 'au poivre' sauce?
Welsh Rarebit is what item on toast?
The three main ingredients in Yorkshire puddings are flour, eggs and what?
What meat is usually combined with peas in a traditional British soup?
Ham Click to see the answer
Sponge cake sandwiched with cream and jam is named after which monarch?
What vegetable is one of the national symbols of Wales?
Which vegetable is sometimes served 'mushy'?
Which part of Manchester gives its name to a sticky cake, packed with fruit?
What is used to top a Queen of Puddings?
Apple sauce is usually served with which type of roast meat?
What is the main protein found in kedgeree?
The four key ingredients for a sponge cake are flour, eggs, butter and what?
What comes after 'coronation' in the name of a dish invented in the 1950s?
What is tartare sauce usually served with?
What comes between 'Kendal' and 'Cake' for the name of a favorite hikers' treat?
What pasta is usually served with cheese sauce for a comforting home classic?
Which alcohol is used as an ingredient in a porter cake?
What are served with jam and cream in a classic afternoon tea?
What would you get with your steak if you ordered surf and turf?
What do you have to mix the powder with for the dessert of Angel Delight?
What goes with steak in the traditional British pudding?
Which type of meat is used in a Wellington, and covered in pate and puff pastry?
Which spice is used to flavour a Chelsea bun?
Which UK city has a 'Balti Triangle' where the dish is said to have originated?
What is used to make the balls on top of a traditional Simnel cake?
What is used to encase the fruit in a summer pudding?
What flavour is the jam in a Jaffa Cake?
Which meat is often 'corned' and turned into a hash?
Beef Click to see the answer
What is the name of the Italian classic dish of sheets of pasta layered up with meat and vegetables?
What are the 'bangers' in the classic British dish of bangers and mash?
Scallions is another name for which vegetables?
What element of a Cornish cream tea is clotted?
What meat is used to make coq au vin?
What is the main ingredient you need to make a risotto?
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What type of cheese is often teamed with smoked salmon?
What type of fish is a kipper?
What is the name of the pasta dish made with spaghetti, eggs, cream and bacon?
Which county's regional dish is the Clanger, similar to a Cornish pasty?
What is the name of the beef dish with a creamy mushroom sauce?
Which part of Scotland is best known for a high concentration of whisky distilleries?
What are the neeps in the Scottish dish of haggis, neeps and tatties?
What comes after 'double' for the name of a British cheese?
What is the name of the sweet treat made with biscuits, chocolate and marshmallows?
Rocky Road Click to see the answer
Bushmills Whiskey is made in which part of the UK?
What beans are used in a chilli con carne?
Chowder is a soup made using which main ingredient?
Meat from which animal is used in the dish of gammon, eggs and chips?
What kind of food is the Welsh dish of cawl?
What type of sauce is used to make a prawn cocktail?
What cooking term means to moisten meat as it's cooking with its own juices?
What provides the topping in a cottage pie?
Fish fingers were invented in Norfolk in which year?
Which unusual meat is served 'jugged' in a traditional dish?
What kind of fish is an Arbroath Smokie?
Which place in Leicestershire is famous for its pork pies?
What sauce is used on poached eggs for the dish of Eggs Benedict?
Which county completes the name of the Old Spot pig, known for producing great pork?
What are the sausages encased in for the dish of toad in the hole?
What is the name of the white, crumbly cheese from Wales made from unpasteurised milk?
What type of fish is used to make scampi?
What is the name for the Indian dish where meat is marinated in spices and yoghurt?
What is Caboc?
What word is used to describe eggs cooked in hot, but not boiling, water?
Coddled Click to see the answer
Wensleydale is a cheese from which English county?
Tottenham Cake usually has what color of icing?
Bread sauce is usually served with which roast meat?
Which nut goes on the top of a traditional Dundee cake?
Brisket is a cut of meat from which animal?
What goes in the icing on an Empire biscuit?
Cherry Click to see the answer
Which term means a dish cooked with a sauce of wine, onion and mushrooms?
Which fish is used to make the traditional Cornish dish of Stargazy Pie?
What is the main flavour of a Liverpool tart?
Which Scottish city is famous for the production of marmalade?
What meat is used to make the Greek dish of kleftiko?
Flaky pastry treats called butteries are associated with which Scottish city?
What is wrapped around Cornish Yarg cheese?
For which meal of the day were devilled kidneys traditionally eaten?
Black Bun, or fruit cake in pastry, is eaten in Scotland and which time of year?
Teifi is a cheese from which part of the UK?
Which small town in Scotland produces world famous black pudding?
What comes after brandy for the name of a very thin biscuit?
What is the name for a whipped creamy dessert, often flavoured with wine or fruit?
What, along with lemon, gives a St Clements Cake its flavour?
Kedgeree is made with rice, fish and which other ingredient?
What is the name of the traditional British pie filled with potato, onion and cheese?
What is in the center of a traditional Chorley Cake?
What comes after 'Black Forest' in the name of a 70s sweet treat?