United Kingdom Food
British cuisine is the precise set of cooking ethnicity and mores connected with the United Kingdom. British cuisine has been depicted as "simple dishes made with excellence native ingredients, harmonized with trouble-free sauces to emphasize aroma, rather than mask it”. However, British cooking has immersed the cultural influence of those that have established in Britain, resulting hybrid dishes, such as the Anglo-Indian chicken tikka masala. British food has always been multicultural, a pot-pourri of diverse styles. In olden times prejudiced by the Romans and in medieval times the French. When the Frankish Normans attacked, they shipped with them the spices of the east: cinnamon, saffron, mace, nutmeg, pepper, and ginger.