Since we don’t live in Italy to enjoy all the delicious pasta or France with the amazing bread and pastries, we will take what we can get. And actually, Brits have a lot to offer to the hungry people when it comes to food. Their food can be confusing sometimes but it sure is very yummy. Below you have 16 times that British food seriously confused the world.
Be sure to let us know in the comments which one of these is your favorite (if you’ve tried any of them, of course).
1. Yorkshire pudding
— Brit the adult witch (@kindamoviesnob) July 14, 2017
Even though it sounds like a dessert, Yorkshire pudding is a mix similar to pancake batter. So delicious!
2. Black pudding
pudding is literally anything , same as dessert, a yorkshire pudding is savoury pancake mix in a cup shape and black pudding is pigs blood😂
— DeathBringerBeth👻 (@bethfletcher00) September 16, 2017
Turns out that black pudding also is not a dessert. It’s kind of an acquired taste!
3. Beans on toast
do people really not eat beans on toast in other countries pic.twitter.com/TTuTJtA4uD
— eireann (@BLONDEDLlFE) October 19, 2017
This is delicious and you just have to try it.
4. Toast is life
When I lived in UK I couldn’t helping noticing that the British are positively obsessed with toast. Never liked it myself.
— Ita O’Kelly (@ItaOKelly) May 8, 2017
Sorry not sorry.
5. Dishes like “roast chicken and yorkshire pudding” might confuse you.
You don’t cook them in the same pan. If you’re not British these terms might confuse you.
6. You will never know what a ‘chip butty’ actually is.
To be fair, there are too many names for it.
7. Spotted dick is a thing
Tell me why I just found this in the grocery isle…spotted dick?! WTF and WHY? pic.twitter.com/sWbKQR5iKl
— Miranda Sipe (@sexxibiotch86) August 18, 2014
It’s a dessert too.
8. Colin the caterpillar
This is a very famous dessert and everyone is happy to see him.
9. An American trying Marmite out of the jar
Marmite and the Australian equivalent Vegemite have quite the power to divide opinion.
Bad idea pal.
10. Do Americans use egg cups?
How do you eat your egg?
11. The egg cup is not necessary since Americans don’t eat soft boiled eggs.
Hi. I’m american. Wtf is this? Why are you eating an under cooked egg? I’m so confused #help
— NatalieGraceGalloway (@GracefulNatalie) July 10, 2017
12. The Sunday Roast is life.
13. Boost the power
It’s not a joke.
14. Red and brown sauce.
When you have a sausage sandwich, do you have red sauce, brown sauce or no sauce at all?
— Ed (@edhudd) October 10, 2017
Use the color and you’ll be fine.
It’s actually a Scottish food.
16. Scotch egg.
All you need to know is that it has an egg in it, the rest is mystery. Well, not really, on the outside of the egg you have pork in batter. Simple, but very effective.