Fish & Chips

BY ALMAZAN KITCHEN

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 Preparation time:15 min

 Cooking time: 45min

 Serves: 4 portions

INGREDIENTS:

Homemade Sausage 250 lbs/500g

Cheddar Chese 250 lbs/500g

Flour 250 lbs/500g

Wasabi Powder

Salt

Oil

Almazan Kitchen® original
cookware and utensils
(optional)

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Look what we have found! Legendary fossil fish!

Straight from the magical hill somewhere in the central Serbia. Wonderful deep fried fish under coating made of beer, coal baked young potatoes and awesome hot creamy sauce! Delicious!

You will need this ingredients:

  • whole fish
  • handful of young potatoes
  • 1 cup yogurt, 1 tbsp. paprika flakes, handful of dill, lemon
  • flour, salt, beer, oil
  • AlmazanKitchen™ original cookware and utensils (optional)

Steps:

  1. Remove fish fins and guts. Cut fish into major slices.
  2. Skewer up handful of young potatoes. Bake it on coals, do not forget to flip. (482 F/ 250 C)
  3. Mix 1 cup of yogurt with 1 tbsp. of paprika flakes and handful of chopped dill.
  4. Mix 1 hand of flour with 1 tsp. of salt, 1 cup of beer. Mix until batter consistency, add more beer if needed. Coat each fish slice in it.
  5. Preheat the pan, fill with oil in half (it should cover fish slices full). Deep fry fish slices until golden brown crispy crust. Sprinkle with lemon.
  6. Serve fish and potatoes together under the sauce!
  7. Enjoy! Bon Almazan!

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OVER TO YOU

QUESTIONS, COMMENTS?

  1. Ms. Dori R Blacker

    Is Fossil Fish a real thing? Or is this just a playful joke? There are so many ingredients in the world It’s hard to tell. What kind of fish was actually used here.
    Love Love Love these videos. Inspirational.
    Thanks!

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