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British Food: Sauces and Sides
Guide to British Accompaniments
British food is not just about the food that makes up the bulk of the meals. The side accompaniments are very important and many of them are unique to Britain. For example, there are a lot of sauces and spreads in Britain that not many other countries eat. Here is the low down of the most popular:
Made from all sorts of diced vegetables, spices and vinegar, the ingredients may not sound too nice. However, have it on a cheese sandwich and you won’t be able to do without it.
The catchphrase for this sandwich spread is ‘love it or hate it’, which just about sums it up. A unique flavour, Brits will either have it on every sandwich they have or run away if they even see a jar of it.
The British have gravy with just about anything. It is an essential for roast dinners, but can also be splashed over anything from chips to sausages. It is made from the juices of meat, though is also commonly made from ready-made gravy cubes or granules these days.
Made from the horseradish plant, this sauce is not for everyone as it is quite hot and peppery. It is traditionally served with roast beef in the UK, though can also be used as a spread in sandwiches.
Any good roast chicken or turkey should be filled with ‘stuffing’ so tightly it’s ready to burst in our view. Stuffing is made from loads of ingredients and based around bread crumbs, but that is irrelevant. All you need to know is that it is delicious and you should definitely try it!