Posted by on Nov 23, 2020 in Main Courses | 20 comments

Fish and Chips Recipe – How to Make Fish and Chips

Fish and Chips Recipe – How to Make Fish and Chips

Get the recipe for Classic Fish and Chips at http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Classic-Fish-and-Chips/Detail.aspx

Watch how to make New England-style fish and chips. Breaded cod fillets are quickly deep-fried and served with extra-crispy French Fries! See the technique that makes them so crispy! Simply amazing with tartar sauce or malt vinegar.

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Fish and Chips Recipe - How to Make Fish and Chips

Get the recipe for Classic Fish and Chips at http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Classic-Fish-and-Chips/Detail.aspx

Watch how to make New England-style fish and chips. Breaded cod fillets are quickly deep-fried and served with extra-crispy French Fries! See the technique that makes them so crispy! Simply amazing with tartar sauce or malt vinegar.

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20 Responses to “Fish and Chips Recipe – How to Make Fish and Chips”

  1. Richard Blaine says:

    To tell the truth I am from the East coast and this is just about the way
    they do this dish in New England and the fact of the matter is that it’s
    not much different from the way they do it in the UK! Although I do prefer
    Malt vinegar over any type of tartar sauce these fish and chips are right
    on the money!

  2. Cenotaff says:

    Frying your chips in beef dripping is the way to do it!

  3. David Outman says:

    I am not sure of this but I think in England they add yeast to thier
    batter, also Haddock and Whiting are awesome fish to use for Fish and
    Chips. I work in the seafood dept.. of a Major grocery store in Florida.

  4. Desmond Baidjoe says:

    Despite the nice recipe, the video and voice over are not as good as
    ‘normal’ videos. Editing lacks a lot of professionalism compared to the
    rest. Hate to say it.

  5. khamikins says:

    where did the other narrator go? her voice was better

  6. cooking with Betty & more says:

    Don’t care for the voice not the same but nice recipe.

  7. Zara Mohammed says:

    A kiwi favorite 🙂

  8. teresa bradley says:

    I agree i like the other voice

  9. GRUBDUDE says:

    I Would agree… also, I think she mentioned New England (I am a proud
    resident!).. New England fish and chips are much different than the fish
    and chips made at chipperies in the UK.. personally, I prefer the real deal
    english/irish stuff! But this did look mighty tasty as well.

  10. Keval Prajapati says:

    hmmmm … im gonna use some of these steps in my recipe

  11. WildRenji says:

    i dont know if it is expensive there but try to fry in olive oil ^^ its
    really good and healthier!

  12. Allrecipes says:

    Good suggestion!

  13. Allrecipes says:

    Enjoy!

  14. Mikki Taylor says:

    Good idea! But yes, it is expensive….very…

  15. Mikki Taylor says:

    Beer is much better…and add a half cup of cornstarch…makes a really
    light and airy fish!!….but still crispy!

  16. BingTheCherry says:

    Please slow down when you talk!

  17. Allrecipes says:

    Thank you for your suggestions!

  18. Hagen Zhang says:

    Olive oil will burn if you use it for frying since it has a lower smoking
    point.

  19. aboubrad says:

    fish batter made from milk?

  20. Ray Mielke says:

    I would also recommend adding corn syrup to the potato water during the
    blanching stage, as it will add a sweet taste to the chips.