An appleMushy peasStilton cheese
Correct answer: Mushy peas
Why hasn't anyone thought to do this before? You can try these at Mister Eater's Chip Shop in Preston.
Correct answer: Dry-roasted peanuts.
They're surprisingly nice. You can sample these (with a curry sauce dip) at Café Piccante in Edinburgh.
A Waitrose mini cheeseburgerA Tunnock's TeacakeA toasted teacake
Correct answer: A Tunnock's Teacake
The most delectably Scottish thing on Earth.
A lettuceAn onionAn artichoke
Correct answer: An onion
It's been cut into a "bloom" shape before being deep-fried.
Chicken Cottage nuggetsMonster MunchBernard Matthew's Turkey Breast Chunks
Correct answer: Monster Munch.
Pickled onion flavour, to be precise.
A Holland's steak pieA Greggs steak bakeA mini pizza
Correct answer: Holland's steak pie
This battered treat is available from Mister Eater's in Preston, where it's apparently "one of Geordie Alan's favourite chippy teas."
Correct answer: Shortbread
Another Scottish delight.
A Mars barA McDonald's apple pieA Greggs sausage roll
Correct answer: A Greggs sausage roll.
Food of the gods.
Quality StreetLiquorice AllsortsRowntree's Randoms
Correct answer: Quality Street
We fried the purple ones, three green triangles, and those long golden sticks.
Crispy seaweedTesco saladReally old Haribo
Correct answer: Tesco salad
In all its pre-packed glory.
A Sherbert FountainA marshmallowA Creme Egg
Correct answer: A marshmallow
Another of Mister Eater's creations.
Tesco strawberry lacesPot NoodleCheestrings
Correct answer: Pot Noodle
Chicken and mushroom flavour, mmm.
DoughnutsMini Yorkshire pudsMince pies
Correct answer: Mince pies
Jingle bells, jingle bells, Mr Kipling all the way.
A Findus Crispy PancakeA CornettoA penis
Correct answer: A Cornetto
"Just a-one Cornetto / give-a it to me / I want it deep-fried / preferably."
If you want to find out why we deep-fried these British snacks in the first place, check out We Deep-Fried 12 Things That Weren't Mars Bars At A Scottish Chippy And This Is What Happened.