I love this video!
Fish ‘n Chips (no not French Fries but Potato Chips) done Indian style.
I don’t think I’d go with the garlic bread, a bit much that might be, but his version of the fish looks great. All except for the part where he takes a sip of the beer and then pours the rest into the batter bowl! What??? How can he do that? I was laughing so hard when he did that, but anyway, I like his recipe, and thought I’d share it with you.
That is, if any of you health-conscious people are ever in the mood to make a good fish ‘n chips dinner.
I do it about once a year, but I’ve never perfected the batter recipe yet. I can now make good “chips” or French fries, using a batter I found online and then baking the fries, coated in the batter, on a cookie sheet in the oven for 15 minutes on one side, flipping them over, and 15 minutes on the other. I’ve done that a couple of times now and wow, they were fabulous. The only hitch is that I can’t remember where I got that recipe for the batter!!! (You will see I have remembered it so click above for the recipe).
And I didn’t print it out or save it. I made it right off my laptop in the kitchen. Darn. But it wasn’t hard, and there was no beer involved. Just flour, herbs and spices, the usual batter, oh and some olive oil and water, as well. It’s quite a liquid-y batter.
Now I want some authentic British fish ‘n chips. I wish I could call someone up in England and they would fly me over a couple of orders. There is nothing in this whole world as good as authentic fish ‘n chips. Nothing. Especially when the fish is caught locally – like in Whitby!
We had the best fish and chips EVER with our friend Don Burluraux at The George in Whitby one year. Wow.
Oh my. My memories are going to have to sustain me.
P.S. I keep watching more of more of his videos and found this one for Cauliflower Au Gratin that looks fabulous:
and Chicken Fried Rice: