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UK/USA Food equivalents

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USA

 

 

aubergine

eggplant

baking tray

baking sheet

bangers

sausages

beetroot

beet

bicarbonate of soda

baking soda

biscuits

cookies

broad beans

fava beans

cake tin

cake/ baking pan

capsicums

sweet or bell peppers

castor sugar

sugar, superfine

celery stick

celery rib

chips

French-fried potatoes

chuck steak

round steak/stewing beef

coriander

cilantro

cornflour

cornstarch

courgette

zucchini

crisps

potato chips

Desiccated coconut

unsweetened desiccated/ shredded coconut

digestive biscuits

graham crackers

double cream

cream, heavy

dripping

fat from roasted meat

essence

extract (vanilla, etc.)

fish slice

spatula

forcemeat

stuffing mix for meat or fish

frying pan

skillet

gammon

ham

glacé fruits

candied fruit

golden syrup

light molasses

Greaseproof/Parchment paper

wax paper

hand of pork

pork shoulder roast

hard-boiled eggs

hard-cooked eggs

heaped spoonful

heaping spoonful

hull

shuck

icing sugar

confectioners/powdered sugar

joint

large cut of meat to roast

ketchup/tomato sauce

catsup

king prawns

jumbo shrimp

Margarine/Butter/Lard

shortening

minced meats

ground meats

offal

variety meats (liver, kidney etc)

paw paw

papaya

pig's trotter

pig's foot

plain flour

all-purpose flour

pork fat

fatback

prawns

shrimp

rasher

slice

semolina

farina

sieve

strain; strainer

sift

strain

silverside

beef cut from the rump

single cream

cream, light, half-and-half

skirt steak

flank steak

spring or salad onions

scallions, green onions

stock cubes

bouillon cube

strong flour

bread flour

sultanas

raisins/ seedless, golden

tomato Ketchup

tomato catsup

treacle

dark molasses

vanilla pod

vanilla bean

 

My Favourite Product

lecjugI simply love my Le Creuset batter jug! I use it for many jobs, it pops in the dishwasher and looks cool on the shelf - what more can you want from a kitchen item??

It's great for making Yorkshire Puddings - just pour from the jug into the bun tins - ideal for pancakes - again, pour straight into the frying pan and I use it for beating eggs for omelettes, making cake mixes - particularly muffins where you need to be careful when mixing the ingredients and ....well, the list goes on!

Sue McQueen

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