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Cooking for a bunch of americans!

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
Im going to be cooking for my roomates soon and need ideas for a really traditional english meal to cook them. All the ideas i have thought of i have found hard to find all the ingredients here in America so any ideas/thoughts would be great!

I want to show these yanks us brits can cook!

Thanks
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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banned#1
roast beef/chicken
#2
Go to the wal-mart and look in the international section. You'll find a lot of british ingredients in there :thumbsup:
Including weetabix :lol:
#3
English breakfast or fish and chips.
#4
roast beef/yorkshire pudding all the trimmings.cant beat it
#5
Cook em something Scottish for a laugh, well you did say you wanted to teach them Brits could cook.
#6
Oops i forgot to say it must be something quick to make as well!
#7
toad in the hole.... I hate sausages though.... :D
banned#8
beans on toast then
#9
King of Thieves
Go to the wal-mart and look in the international section. You'll find a lot of british ingredients in there :thumbsup:
Including weetabix :lol:


makes me think of marmite.... how about marmite on toast? That's quick and easy and british! :-D:-D
#10
beans on toast!
#11
King of Thieves
Go to the wal-mart and look in the international section. You'll find a lot of british ingredients in there :thumbsup:
Including weetabix :lol:



The closest supermarket we have is Kroger!
#12
kedgeree
#13
Slash
English breakfast or fish and chips.


Can fish and chips be made without a deep fat fryer?
#14
do they sell pot noodles? :)
#15
ryancs
Can fish and chips be made without a deep fat fryer?

stick em in the oven
#16
Roast beef with roast potatoes, yorkshire puds with boiled carrots with butter melted over them gets my vote. Just make sure you quadruple the quanities and cook all the flavour out of it to account for American tastes.
#17
mr miagi
do they sell pot noodles? :)


No they dont :x We've been getting people to send them over to us though:-D
#18
ryancs
The closest supermarket we have is Kroger!


wal-marts are everywhere :?
How about making a chicken tikka masala. Thats the national dish lol :w00t:
#19
dxx
Roast beef with roast potatoes, yorkshire puds with boiled carrots with butter melted over them gets my vote. Just make sure you quadruple the quanities and cook all the flavour out of it to account for American tastes.



Lol so true:thumbsup:
#20
i would make fish n chips, simple to make and delicious :thumbsup:

others could be:

Sausages, mash and onion gravy
Shepherds/ Cottage Pie
Steak and Ale pie
Roast beef and yorkshire puds
Beef wellington
#21
King of Thieves
wal-marts are everywhere :?
How about making a chicken tikka masala. Thats the national dish lol :w00t:


Not here in Richmond sadly :( the nearest one is in a place called chesterfield 45 mins away and without a car its hard to get to.
#22
sausage/egg/chips and beans. dont forget the brown sauce
#23
Aimee1985
i would make fish n chips, simple to make and delicious :thumbsup:

others could be:

Sausages, mash and onion gravy
Shepherds/ Cottage Pie
Steak and Ale pie
Roast beef and yorkshire puds
Beef wellington


Does anyone know any recipes that do not need a deep fat fryer?
#24
I voted for sausage egg chips and beans, do the chips- cut them up, part boil them then cover in a drizzle of oil and some salt and oven cook them :D
#25
roast beef and yorkshire pudding got to do the yorkie puds maericans love them, have a few friends online ( in america) with english mother in laws etc and they saw best bit going to inlaws is for sunday lunch
#26
ryancs
Does anyone know any recipes that do not need a deep fat fryer?


just use a sauce pan filled with oil? :/
#27
ryancs
Does anyone know any recipes that do not need a deep fat fryer?


You can fry with breadcrumbs. Google the fish you want and you should find a recipe somewhere...
'Breadcrumb cod'.
:thumbsup:
#28
ryancs
Does anyone know any recipes that do not need a deep fat fryer?


I dont own a deep fat fryer, i grill or oven cook everything. :thumbsup:
#29
Clean, wash and dry the fish.

Crush salt and the coriander seed together in a bowl.

Roll the fish in this mixture.

Place the fish in an ovenproof frying pan, seal by frying quickly on both sides, then cover with a lid.

Put the pan in the oven and bake at gas mark 4, 350°f (180°c) until the fish is cooked through.


This stops the fish from drying out, white fish always dries out and cod is my favourite!
#30
oven roasted chips are yummy as well, Maris Piper and King Edward are the best potatoes for them.

Peel the potatoes and cut them into long chip shapes
Rinse under the cold tap and pat dry with a tea towel
Spread the chips on a baking tray and toss with oil and salt
Roast for 45 mins, turning now and then

Just add ketchup :thumbsup:
#31
Aimee1985;2826572
i would make fish n chips, simple to make and delicious :thumbsup:

we got a gordon ramsey here (the delicious bit)
#32
mug51
we got a gordon ramsey here (the delicious bit)


:cry: i have been called some things in life but ... :viking: :p
#33
id go with shepards pie. easy peasy, and all the food you need in one dish, meat, potatoes and veg all in one dish.

lets see minced lamb or beef or pork or turkey even all make great shepards pie (though lamb traditional as indicated by the name he he), potatoes, veg like carrots and peas, and bit of gravy or tinned chopped tomatoes, whichever u prefer. so simple, so british and if u do them in individual dishes, pretty posh with a big slab of bread. in fact that what we have for tea tonight.

or a simple hot pot basically caserole with sliced potatoes on top, my other half loves it, save it for special treat purely cos it makes him appreciate me more ha ha
#34
mummyspam1985
id go with shepards pie. easy peasy, and all the food you need in one dish, meat, potatoes and veg all in one dish.

lets see minced lamb or beef or pork or turkey even all make great shepards pie (though lamb traditional as indicated by the name he he), potatoes, veg like carrots and peas, and bit of gravy or tinned chopped tomatoes, whichever u prefer. so simple, so british and if u do them in individual dishes, pretty posh with a big slab of bread. in fact that what we have for tea tonight.

or a simple hot pot basically caserole with sliced potatoes on top, my other half loves it, save it for special treat purely cos it makes him appreciate me more ha ha


I love this, not made it for ages. I prefer mine with beef, i find lamb quite fatty, same when making a stew :)
#35
Aimee1985;2826759
:cry: i have been called some things in life but ... :viking: :p

:giggle: thought it mite have been a complement
#36
mug51
:giggle: thought it mite have been a complement


complement noted :w00t:
#37
add compliments to your fish and chips, salt and pepper :thumbsup:
#38
If you want the American friends to taste something from home, cook them Kraft dinner.
#39
King of Thieves
wal-marts are everywhere :?
How about making a chicken tikka masala. Thats the national dish lol :w00t:


Exactly what I was going to say.:thumbsup: but I see that it's somehow impossible so : full English, esp with fried bread.
#40
cottage pie or sheperds pie, very cheap and very easy,:-D

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