Total Time
15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

It is a tradition at my school that every friday lunch we have fish and chips. It is obviously a christian tradition. This is how my mum makes hers. The chips will take longer to make, do them first, when about 5 minutes to go then start the peas, then once simmering do your fish

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. for the chips.
  2. melt butter in a fry pan and fry until golden brown
  3. for the fish.
  4. place the egg, flour and breadcrumbs in seperate shallow bowls.
  5. lightly dip both sides of fish fillets in egg (use another egg if you run out).
  6. then gently lightly toss in flour.
  7. then gently cover in breadcrumbs.
  8. melt butter in frypan and fry until golden brown on both sides.
  9. place peas in pot and cover with water, bring to boil then simmer about 3-4 minutes.
  10. place fish on plate with chips and peas.
  11. place a wedge of lemon with each plate.
  12. place tartar sauce, ketchup and salt on the table.
  13. call family.

Reviews

(4)
Most Helpful

We made this for dinner the other night. It was very easy to do. I used flounder and Italian seasoned breadcrumbs because that was what I had on hand. My husband said he prefers panko over the regular breadcrumbs. The fish was very good with the lemon and topped with a bit of hot sauce. In the future, I'll stick to frying the potatoes with canola oil like we normally do instead of butter. Definitely something I will be adding into our rotation since we are trying to eat more fish. Thank you!

Outnumbered By Peanuts January 21, 2010

I halved the recipe , this was easy to do and was excelent.I used just the egg white as I had some waiting to be used.Definately a keeper. I didnt make the chips this time but I will make them next time.

bigbadbrenda May 29, 2007

Good. Nice. GREAT....I liked it it was tasty and it had a combination of foods from all food gropups making it at least a little nutritious

Fairy_flossz January 04, 2007

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