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How to make fish and chips

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What could be more British than fish and chips?

Freshly cooked, piping hot, smothered in salt and vinegar and traditionally wrapped in paper. But you know, when we say chips, we don't actually mean chips, we mean french fries, but fat ones. So let me show you how to make this British classic. First of all, you need to cut your potatoes into sticks, but remember their thicker up to ¾ of an inch thick. And then, the secret of our chips is that we fry them twice, because they're thicker. So, heat the oil to 250 degrees F and cook them until they're nearly done. And then, take them out, turn the heat up to 350 degrees F,

put them back in and cook them for a few minutes until they're crisp and gold on the outside and fluffy and delicious in the middle. For the fish you need to cut your fish into nice large pieces and we use a white fish. Something like cod, or haddock or whiting, traditionally. First of all dip the fish into some flour to make sure the batter sticks. And then the batter, well it's really easy but we use ale, traditional British ale enough to give it a really lovely crisp flavor. So mix together 1 cup of all-purpose flour, 1 cup of eggs and half a cup each of milk and traditional ale. Whisk them together, and dip the fish into the batter and straight into the hot oil at 350 degrees F. Cook it for about 5-7 minutes until it is nice and crispy and serve it with your chips. So there you have it, fish and chips, a delicious British classic. Subtitled by Deisy Beatriz Rosario Sánchez

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Duration: 1 minute and 53 seconds
Country: United Kingdom
Language: English
Producer: QVC UK
Director: QVC UK
Views: 52
Posted by: deibe on May 12, 2013

This video shows how to cook at home the traditional British food: Fish and Chips

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