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British pronunciation/tˈəʊdɪnðəhˈəʊl/
American pronunciation/tˈoʊdɪnðəhˈoʊl/

a dish of sausages cooked in batter, originated in Britain

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toad-in-the-hole definition and meaning

What is "toad-in-the-hole"?

Toad-in-the-hole is a traditional British dish made from sausages that are baked in a batter. It is usually served as a main dish and is popular in the United Kingdom and is enjoyed all over the world. The dish typically consists of sausages that are cooked in a batter, which can be made from a variety of ingredients, such as flour, milk, eggs, and spices. It is usually served with a variety of accompaniments, such as mashed potatoes, vegetables, or a salad. Additionally, it can be served with a variety of sauces, such as gravy or a cream sauce. It is a flavorful and filling dish that is enjoyed by people of all ages.

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