Recipes and Restaurant Reviews

Tag: Fast Food

Mamma P’s Jamaican Food | Fishponds Road, Bristol | Restaurant Review

Mamma P’s Jamaican Food | Fishponds Road, Bristol | Restaurant Review

The fact that I am even reviewing Mamma P’s, especially as I found it after watching the rugger, full of beer and hungry, means it made an impression. People always talk about finding hidden gems, unassuming street food type places. Sadly these are a rarity […]

Have an indoor fruit BBQ for the kids | National Dish Fun Recipe

Have an indoor fruit BBQ for the kids | National Dish Fun Recipe

It’s getting cold, although you could be reading this when it’s warm, doesn’t matter, this recipe is well fun. The kids and their buddies will love you for this, plus it will get them eating more fruit. It’s really easy. By the way, you need […]

Sweet and Sour Chilli Mango Chicken | National Dish Recipe from South East Asia…maybe

Sweet and Sour Chilli Mango Chicken | National Dish Recipe from South East Asia…maybe

– we’re not 100% sure where this dish might originate. I accidentally made it up, but that’s not to say it doesn’t exist. So in actual fact this could be a South East Asian ‘influenced’ English dish – Changlo food! You saw it here first. […]

What’s the food like at Mr Mulligan’s Lost World Golf, Cheltenham | Restaurant Review National Dish

What’s the food like at Mr Mulligan’s Lost World Golf, Cheltenham | Restaurant Review National Dish

This seems like an ideal place to review on National Dish. The travelling adventures of Mr Mulligan are delivered to the general public of Cheltenham in the form of crazy golf…indoors. He also thought it would a good idea to feed his weary followers – […]

How do you make homemade lemonade? | National Dish of England

How do you make homemade lemonade? | National Dish of England

  A British favourite – homemade lemonade, Mary Berry I am sure has made a fair bit of this. I had to post this one as I made it with the kids, they wanted to sell it in our village for and raise money for […]

Serrano Ham, Goats Cheese and Peach Salad | ensalada de Serrano, queso de cabra y melocotón | What is the national dish of Spain?

Serrano Ham, Goats Cheese and Peach Salad | ensalada de Serrano, queso de cabra y melocotón | What is the national dish of Spain?

A real crowd pleaser and simple to boot – goats cheese salad with Serrano ham and peaches Photograph: Wayne Morgan – nationaldish.co.uk © 2017 It’s sunny and you want something fast and healthy. This is only labelled Spanish because I used Serrano ham – but you […]

Quick and Easy Rocket and Parmesan Salad, takes 5 minutes |  Rucola e Parmigiano Insalata | Italian National Dish Favourite

Quick and Easy Rocket and Parmesan Salad, takes 5 minutes | Rucola e Parmigiano Insalata | Italian National Dish Favourite

This Rocket and Parmesan Salad is so easy you should be able to make it up yourself or just look at our picture and make it from that. Failing that, we’ve written it down for you – takes minutes. Ours is the quick version and […]

Asparagus wrapped in Parma ham | espárragos en jamón de Parma | What is the national dish of Italy?

Asparagus wrapped in Parma ham | espárragos en jamón de Parma | What is the national dish of Italy?

Aspargus wrapped in Parma ham is clearly a side dish, one that you can put next to a lot of mains. It’s very easy, tastes good and even look fun. What’s not to like? It’s asparagus wrapped in bacon for fuck sake and anything wrapped in […]

Mexican Cauliflower Nacho Mountain | Coliflor Nacho Montaña | What is the national dish of Mexico?

Mexican Cauliflower Nacho Mountain | Coliflor Nacho Montaña | What is the national dish of Mexico?

The original carb heavy dish originated in Mexico, but was cooked for Americans, who had visited a restaurant just across the border. The restaurant was closing and had few ingredients, so they made a nacho, cheese and jalapeño snack and the rest is history. This version, […]

Filipino Garlic Fried Rice | How do you make Sinangag? | What is the national dish of the Philippines?

Filipino Garlic Fried Rice | How do you make Sinangag? | What is the national dish of the Philippines?

Sinangag is a very common side dish which interestingly is served always with dry meats, rather than a curry style sauce. So, how do you make Sinangag? This recipe is the cauliflower rice version and do you know what, you can eat this as a […]