Traditionally British food employed seasonal and local produce to get the best out of simple and unfussy dishes. British cuisine has, however, increasingly absorbed the cultural influences of those that have settled in the United Kingdom as well from its imperial past and today reflects this rich and cosmopolitan mix of influences.Horseradish Poached Eggs and Salmon by Josh Posner
1. Horseradish Poached Eggs and Salmon
Packing the punch to invigorate your brunch with style and flavor. Join Josh Posner in this Grokker Premium video as he shows a modern twist on this classic egg dish that will awaken your taste buds and add warmth to your belly.
2. Merguez Sausage Stew
Merguez sausage (from North Africa) stew with brussel sprouts, purple kale and white wine make a hearty meal in minutes. Join Chef Josh Posner as he explores one of his warming winter recipe in this Grokker Premium video, part of his Seasonal Nosh series.
3. Black Pudding Fritters
This is a real hearty dish for the winter months that will fill you and the family up. The sharp, sweet apples and turnips go brilliantly together and complement the really savoury fritters and crispy bacon!
4. Great British Fish And Chips
A classic fish and chips recipe which also contains a homemade tartare sauce recipe. A British favorite and a very simple beer batter fish.
5. Chicken, Mushroom, and Caramelized Leek Pie
Simple and delicious! This recipe from a Kensington Kitchen will introduce you to a special shortcrust pastry recipe. It's a great meal to prepare when leeks are in season. The chicken thighs are rolled in seasoned flour and fried until golden brown, Executive Chef Geoff Rigby adds caramelized leeks, mushrooms, onions and garlic, to create the perfect filling for his shortcrust pastry. There is nothing like it! Watch this Grokker Premium video for interesting tips!