Elizabeth II loves simple foods և can not imagine life without a piece of chocolate cake.
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It is known that the 96-year-old queen of Great Britain prefers rather modest dishes from understandable foods. For breakfast, he chooses cereals with fruit or eggs, for lunch – grilled fish or chicken with vegetables, and for dinner – fried. The queen’s menu is always full of vegetables և seasonal fruits. Between main meals, Elizabeth II can afford an aperitif and a piece of her favorite chocolate cake for dessert.
There are some rules that are followed in royal cuisine. Elizabeth II does not prepare carbohydrate-rich foods such as pasta, rice or potatoes. Garlic and onions are forbidden, as the monarch must always have fresh breath.
Focus has collected a variety of popular royal dishes that are served daily at the table of Elizabeth II.
Queen Elizabeth II starts her morning with a cup of Earl Gray tea without milk or sugar. After that, the queen usually eats a cereal with fruits. The British monarch likes Special K products, but Kellogg’s, Quaker Oats և Weetabix.
Sometimes Elizabeth II chooses smoked salmon, truffle omelet or marmalade toast for breakfast. Interestingly, the queen always asks that the omelet be made from brown eggs. According to the British monarch, they are much tastier than the whites. And the fish must be from the Balmoral estate, there is the best. As for the truffle, the royal chefs have repeatedly stated that Elizabeth II is not a waste, she can afford expensive mushrooms, especially when someone gives them to her.
Toast with Wilkin & Sons jam is one of the royal breakfast or snack options. Elizabeth II loves raspberry jam. The perfect toast is a toast with all the crusts cut off at the sides. According to one version, this is due to the old English tradition, which was once told in the documentary “Secrets of the Royal Cuisine” by former royal chef Graham Newbold. According to him, the royal family never eats square sandwiches, as it is considered that anyone who presents food with sharp edges to the monarch, encroaches on the English throne.
According to another, during the reign of Queen Victoria, her husband, Prince Albert, thought that eating food “in the form of a coffin” was a misfortune.
The bread should be spread with a thin layer of butter, and sweet jam on it.
The queen also loves appetizing sandwiches. For example, the head of the British monarchy prefers tuna toast for tea in the afternoon. Chef Owen Hodgson, who worked in the royal kitchen in the early 90’s, recalled that a few slices of bread should be spread with a thin layer of butter, a mixture of tuna and mayonnaise, and a few slices of cucumber. , then connect the sandwich և cut it into two triangles. Other types of royal sandwiches include smoked salmon, soft cheese, ham and mustard.
Before dinner, the queen can enjoy aperitif gin, Dubonet lemon slices, ice. Former royal chef McGrady said Elizabeth II usually chooses a simple meal for dinner: barbecue Dover donut with spinach, zucchini, wild mushrooms or grilled chicken salad.
Traditionally, after lunch, the queen drinks tea with small spicy appetizing sandwiches, skewers, round jam sandwiches, which we talked about above, like a piece of cake – a chocolate sponge cake or gingerbread pie.
The British queen prefers something meaty for dinner. It can be fried beef, venison, lamb, lamb or parrot, or beef fillet steak well made with a special sauce made from whiskey, mushrooms or cream.
The monarch most often chooses steak when he spends his summer holidays in Balmoral. During this wonderful time, the queen is resting, she can even eat burger for dinner or with a rather strange egg.
Former Queen Elizabeth II chef McGrady once recalled that the chefs in Balmoral prepared deer burgers for the queen. But this dish has never been served with a bun. Because of her Victorian upbringing, the queen could not afford to eat burger with her hands, so she refused the bun and ate meat with cucumber and a thousand sauces in her hand with a knife and fork.
For dessert after dinner, Elizabeth II can choose seasonal fruits or a portion of chocolate from the royal garden. The queen can not imagine tea without it. The head of the British monarchy will not give up a piece of his favorite chocolate cake if he does not have time to do it in the morning or in the afternoon, or if he eats a chocolate cake.