English Style Fish and Chips
Today, I attempt it. Any tips, particular recipes? Restaurants here in America, from experience, suck at making the dish, so I decided I'd make my own.
Spread flour on a plate to coat the fish before you batter it, deep frying is essential as it is with the chips, which should be cut quite chunky, not like those feeble thin things that they cal French Fries at fast food outlets.
my best advice, and this is my favorite meal by the way, is to use Cod, don't add beer to the batter and be sure to keep your temperatures where they need to be....and don't overcrowd the pan unless you want soggy fish
Once you're done, wrap it in a page of The Guardian (or The Times, if you must) and drench the fish in vinegar. This will ensure authenticity.
by CASE1WORKER 7 weeks ago
Sitting down for dinner tonight my son asked if the US had fish and chips shops like we have. I didnt know the answer, nor did I know the answer to the next question, do they wrap in paper and shake salt and vinegar on them?So fellow hubbers, perhaps someone from the states or someone who is more...
by Saira Sheikh 2 years ago
Do you prefer Fried Fish or Oven Cooked?Why do you prefer it? What benefit does it give us? Does it relate to your health?
by lottess 8 years ago
what kind of vinegar do one use for real fish�n chips
by HunterGiftBaskets 8 years ago
Lets start with an oldy but a goody.Where is the best fish and chips in NZ?
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