SLIMMED-down Adele showed she’s lost none of her appreciation for traditional British grub in a blindfold taste test.
The foodie singer, 33, identified eight out of a dozen dishes including pickled egg, cockles, Eton Mess and pork pie.
But the sweet-toothed star fluffed on spotted dick and Battenberg cake in the challenge for British Vogue magazine.
Keen cook Adele, believed to have shed 7st, said: “Just because I’ve lost weight I know everything there is to know about food. I eat so much still.”
She’s not fond of pickled egg, but it “isn’t as bad as jellied eels”.
The Someone Like You star takes Heinz ketchup sachets on her travels and eats a McDonald’s every week. A fry-up is her ideal hangover cure.
She added: “My favourite British dish is Sunday roast. I love a Terry’s Chocolate Orange, I can wolf one down.”
It came as the Tottenham-born singer was compared to Little Britain chav Vicky Pollard in a radio chat due to her accent.
Aussie host Kyle Sandilands, 50, said: “You’re just, ‘Yeah but nah but’ — Vicky Pollard but with the most amazing voice.”
Laughing, she replied: “I’ve had that comparison before.”
The interview took a turn when he added: “Hopefully, you won’t be happy in the future, otherwise what are you going to write about?”
Speaking from her LA home, she said: “I’d rather be happy and never make a song again.”