BANGERS AND MASH

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Another favourite English sta­ple, bangers and mash is, as its name sug­gests, a blob of hearty mashed pota­toes, ac­com­pa­nied by sausages. Some­times this is topped with sauteed onions, brown gravy or even green peas. Bri­tish sausages are of­ten re­ferred to as bangers be­cause of their ten­dency to pop open with a bang, dur­ing the fry­ing process, due to the high wa­ter con­tent. At the heart of Soho is Mother Mash, where you have a choice of mash (clas­sic, cheesy, horse­rad­ish or sweet po­tato) and a wide va­ri­ety of bangers (pre­mium pork, Cum­ber­land, pork and chilli, lamb and mint, and veg­etable and herb). Add to this, a se­lec­tion of gravies (the clas­sic brown gravy, onion gravy or veg­e­tar­ian gravy). For a more rus­tic ex­pe­ri­ence, head to the aptly named Bangers at Moor­gate, where favourites in­clude Davy’s bangers and mash with Madeira gravy and home­made onion rings. www.visitbri­tain.com/in

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