Beer Battered Fish and Chips
I cannot emphasise enough how important it is to have fish in your diet. In our house we would literally eat fish every single day of the week, but I guess one have to also alternate with different menus.We covered this in my chef school days at Warwick Chef School.
Last year autumn we took a weekend down to the wonderful West Coast of South-Africa. We visited the wonderful town called St Helena bay, my favourite sea side town. We took a drive to the nearby town called Paternoster, a very popular town amongst locals and especially tourists. Once we were close to the beach, there are a little area where you can sit and have your beer battered fish and chips from the small take away shop nearby. I must honestly say, it was one of the best ever beer battered fish and chips parcels I have ever had. You do not get cutlery, you simply eat with your hands, such a humble meal and yet much more enjoyable than some fancy meals I have eaten.I strongly recommend this delicious beer battered fish and chips meal. If you would like a different potato dish instead of the chips, you can roast potatoes as an alternative.
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Serves: 8 Prep time: 30 Minutes Cook time: 15 Minutes Ready in: 45 Minutes
Nutrition: Calories 235 Carbs: 21g Protein: 19.6g Fat: 7g