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Lancashire hotpot

Line breaks: Lan¦ca|shire hot¦pot
Pronunciation: /lankəʃəˈhɒtpɒt
 
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Definition of Lancashire hotpot in English:

noun

A stew of meat, onions, and potatoes, typically covered with a layer of sliced potato.
Example sentences
  • Somehow our Britishness had become concentrated in Singapore, so that despite the heat we each had a Lancashire hotpot with mashed potatoes, and discussed the London Underground in the Summer.
  • Two Burnley chefs took a taste of Lancashire to the troops when they cooked up a treat of traditional Lancashire hotpot.
  • This is how he cooks a Lancashire hotpot, adding kidneys and a little red wine to enrich the gravy, and topping with slices of King Edward potato.

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