Asked in International CuisineSpainEngland
What is the official national dish of England?
June 24, 2010 6:50PM
There is no OFFICIAL national dish of England.
It is a tradition to have a family lunch on Sunday, consisting of roast beef, vegetables, gravy and other accopaniments.
Deep fried, battered fish (usually cod or haddock) with chips, fries in American English, is popular as a take away meal from Fish and Chip shops.
Another quntissentially English dish is "Bangers and Mash" which means sausages and mashed potatoes.
A recent survey said that the most popular dish in England is Chicken Tika Masala, a type of curry usually served with boiled rice.
also for breakfast it is the fry up which is bacon,sausage,eggs,tomatos,beans,black pudding,mushrooms,fried bread and toast with a nice cup of tea