Video Blog: Ieat learns to cook Fish and Chips

Video Blog: Ieat learns to cook Fish and Chips

Did you know that this year marks the 150th anniversary of the invention of that iconic British dish, Fish and Chips?

In order to celebrate this simple yet undeniably addictive British fare, I have asked our friend, Chef Tim to show us how to make a really good fish and chips!

The chips were excellent and has that real potato taste, unlike most of the frozen chips that are being served in restaurants nowadays. But the real surprise is Tim’s Beer Batter which is the crunchiest, most satisfying fish I have eaten for a long while!

Here is the recipe for easy reference.

Tim’s Beer Batter Recipe
Plain Flour 200g
Rice Flour 200g
Baking Powder 1 tsp
Honey 1 Tblsp
Salt 1 tsp
Water 100mls
Beer 500mls (ice cold)

Hope you enjoy the videos! Do write in and let us know how you went with your Fish and Chips!

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Hi, I am keen to make this fish and chips recipe. Which type of beer is suitable?

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