Monday, 29 April 2013

Battered Cod Fish with Chips

Fish and chips is one of the  British delicacies i love to eat.For the battered cod fish and chips, mushy peas and mayo mint dip is a good accompaniment. It's very filling and packed with nutrients , the only down side is frying the fish in the oil if you are calorie concious.

 For the hand-cut Chips:

 Slice the peeled potatoes in the desired shapes and sizes. Oven roast by sprinkling a bit of oil until it turns out to the chips consistency. Add salt to taste.

For the Mint and mayo dip:

Grind some fresh mint leaves and mix the paste with any ready made mayonaise

For the mushy peas:

A cup of dried peas should be soaked overnight. I've pressure-cooked the peas and  it can also be cooked in a saucepan but is time-consuming.The cooked peas should be blended by adding 1/2 sppon of sugar and 1/2 spoon of salt and 1/2 spoon of pepper powder.

For the battered Fish:


Skinless boneless long cod fillet -1
self-raising flour - 1 cup
rice flour - 1tsp
oil - 3 tbsps
Salt - 1/2 tsp


Make the batter by adding the self-raising flour , rice flour , salt and some water. Rice flour is optional , do not add more and limit it to 1 or 2 tsps. I add it for the crispiness.

Cooking Method :
 Heat the oil is a  large flat pan. Dip the fish so that the batter is applied on both sides of the fish thoroughly.
Deep fry until the fish is cooked .

   I bet anyone who tries this recipe is going to fall in love with the taste!!!!!!!!!!!


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