In the market for some lovely British recipes? You've come to the right place. From fish and chips and cottage pie to lemon drizzle loaf and a banging full English breakfast, we've got some serious tucker here. This collection of classic British recipes is a great way to find out about traditional British dishes and learn how to cook some seriously tasty versions of them. Bangers and mash for dinner? Don't mind if we do.
Mob's Top British Recipes
Cottage pie is a classic British recipe. A family favourite. We've tweaked it a bit to enhance the flavours and ensure the elite cottage pie experience.
Welsh Rarebit Burgers
This rarebit mix enriched with Guinness takes the cheeseburger to a whole new level. Oozy and delicious.
Mob's Fish Pie
The secret ingredient in our fish pie? Anchovies. Melt them down into your leeks for a serious umami hit. They go beautifully with the crispy caper topping.
One Pot Chicken Cider Pie
Adding cider to the filling really cuts through the richness, giving it this lovely tangy taste. A great chicken pie.
Homemade Baked Beans On Toast
The baked beans of your dreams: rich, tomatoey, endlessly customisable and deeply comforting. Better than any brand in a can.
The Fry Up Hash
Fry Up Police is back, with a Full English hash: all your favourite fry up ingredients all chopped up, whacked in a pan and finished with a crispy egg on top.
'Nduja Scotch Egg
Mixing the 'nduja through the sausage meat is one of the simplest yet most brilliant food ideas since sliced bread. The crispy shell. The runny egg. Sublime.
Ultimate Bangers and Mash
After 3 years of tweaking, this is our definitive bangers and mash recipe. With a lovely, thick red onion gravy. The most warming dish about.
Lemon Drizzle Loaf
You can’t beat a proper lemon loaf cake. Lemony, light and simple. Let the sugar and lemon icing set into that incredible crunchy topping before you eat it.
Ultimate Fry Up by The Fry Up Police
The definitive ultimate fry-up, by the legend that is Tom Shiers (of The Fry Up Police). Reckon you can do better?
Potato, Cheese and Onion Pasty
A British holiday classic. Deeply caramelised onions and Cathedral City Lighter Cheddar are what make our pasties so delicious.
The classic British wellington but with no meat. It's been swapped out for meatless mince, caramelised onions and a marmite gravy sauce. A dish to impress.
Full English Traybake
Hungover, brain dead, or just fancy a fry up. We have got you covered with this banging full English traybake. Seema x
Full English Baked Eggs
Two worlds collide. Bringing the classic Full English to this Middle Eastern dish. The tomatoey sauce is brought to a new level with the sausage and bacon.
Broccoli Cheese Pie
It's pie weather. This cheesy, veggie-friendly pie is loaded with broccoli and a mountain of cheddar. It's just the thing to get you through the evening.
Steak and Ale Pie
The greatest pie of all time. Melt-in-the-mouth beef cooked slowly in a rich ale gravy will never cease to warm your cockles.
Aubergine And Lentil Shepherd's Pie
A very loose interpretation of a shepherd's pie using aubergines and lentils, with harissa as the base and a mix of sweet and white potatoes for the top.
The Almighty Mob Chicken Pie
The king of the pies. The tarragon makes it. Mandatory dollop of mustard. You have to give this one a go.
Harissa-Spiced Shepherd’s Pie
Your classic shepherd’s pie has had a delicious makeover. Spiked with spicy harissa and topped with sweet potato mash, it's a dish you're going to bloody love.
Air Fryer Scotch Egg
This is a throwback to one of the first dishes Poppy O'Toole made in her first ever kitchen job. The air fryer speeds up this classic scotch egg recipe.
Vegan Toad In The Hole
Leftover veggies? This vegan toad in the hole recipe is perfect, and completely customisable. I would highly recommend serving it with my miso mushroom gravy.