3. Yorkshire Pudding
You may have heard of this one before, as it’s a common side dish at a typical English Sunday roast. Yorkshire pudding is only weird because it doesn’t fit the North American definition of pudding, which to us connotes a sweet and creamy dessert often made with chocolate, vanilla, or butterscotch. Yorkshire pudding, on the other hand, is actually a savory dish that’s rather biscuit-like. Made with flour, butter and eggs and often cooked in pan drippings, this kind of pudding tastes best when smothered in gravy.