Non-American Pigs in Blankets
bacon(not like our bacon)
See recipe and photo:
Christmas dinner in the United Kingdom is usually eaten in the afternoon on 25 December.
The dinner usually consists of roast turkey (although other poultry such as goose, chicken, duck, capon or pheasant are alternatives), sometimes with roast beef or ham or, to a lesser extent, pork. Served with stuffing, gravy and sometimes forcemeat; pigs in blankets; cranberry sauce or redcurrant jelly; bread sauce; roast potatoes (sometimes also boiled or mashed); vegetables (usually boiled or steamed), particularly brussels sprouts, parsnips and carrots; with dessert of Christmas pudding (or plum pudding), sometimes mince pies or trifle, with brandy butter and/or cream.
Look at the photo of Christmas Dinner in Scotland:
British chipolatas usually add rice to the meat, which cuts down a little on fat content, but does add more carbohydrates. Often, the British refer to any types of small pork sausages as by this name. The French tend to be more particular in defining chipolatas as a specific type of sausage.