Classic Fish and Chips

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Your hungry teenagers will devour this delicious fish and chips recipe (rumors have it this may be Prince George’s favorite meal!).  Not only is this traditional English meal delectable, the recipe is very simple to follow for moms who aren’t that savvy in the kitchen.  Serve this easy, royalty worthy recipe to fill those hungry bellies in your family.  Oh, and make sure to save a piece or two for yourself because, after all, you deserve to feel like an English Aristocrat too!

What you’ll need:

  • Medium sized frying pan
  • 2 Eggs
  • 6 Frozen or fresh fish fillets
  • Half a dozen potatoes
  • Bread crumbs or corn flakes
  • Salt, pepper, and multipurpose seasoning
  • Deep-fryer

Begin by whisking the two eggs with some salt, pepper, and multipurpose seasoning in a medium sized bowl.  Take the fish fillets and, one at a time, lather them in the egg mixture and cover them with either bread crumbs or corn flakes.  Preheat a large sauté pan with half an inch of oil and place the fillets slowly into the pan.  Cook until golden brown; this will take about four to five minutes on each side.

As the fish cooks, peel the potatoes and cut them into long, french fry shaped strips.  Heat an oil of your choosing in a deep fryer and put the potatoes in.  Cook until they become golden brown and crispy.  Take your cooked fish, strain the oil from the pan, and place the fillets on an oil absorbing napkin.  Finish by placing both the fish and chips on the plate and serve hot with tartar sauce, malt vinegar, and a healthy portion of fresh salad!

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