Fish & Chips Recipe
A delicious and authentic Fish & Chips recipe. A favorite in the Pacific Northwest, our recipe for fish and chips isn't your typical pub in England fare, but a rendition that is true to Portland, OR and the Pacific NW.
- 1 Bottle of Vegetable Oil for fying
- 1/3 cup Flour
- 2 Large Eggs
- 1/2 teaspoon Baking Powder
- 1/2 teaspoon Salt
- 1/2 cup Beer or Milk
- 1 sprinkle Salt & Pepper
- 1 pound Lingcod Fillets
- 3 Pototoes cut into wedges
Heat oil in a medium sized pot over medium high heat.
Whisk together flour, eggs, baking powder, and salt in onemedium sized bowl until smooth.
Next slowly add in beer or milk and continue whisking untilbatter is combined.
Salt and pepper fish then dip each piece into batter coatingevenly.
Fry fish in oil until golden brown and crispy.
Next fry potatoes until golden brown.
Salt and pepper to taste and serve.
Virtually every beer-battered fish recipe looks crispy coming out of the fryer, and some even stay crispy for a few minutes, but then the inevitable sogginess sets in. Well, with this simple formula, and a few easy tricks, you can achieve a fried fish where the last bite is as crisp as the first. The keys are keeping your batter really cold and patting your fish really dry. Serve over a bed of salt ‘n vinegar chips with tartar sauce and lemon. We also sell Lingcod Fillets in our online store that are ideal for making Fish & Chips. Only $15.99 per pound.
Our recipe for Fish & Chips pays homage to a time honored classic. You’ll love this easy to follow guide for cooking Fish & Chips in your own home. With the right ingredients such as our Lingcod filets, you’ll get an authentic batter fried plump and juicy snack. Fish and chips is loved all over the world. Try an authentic Portland, OR version that is loved all over the Pacific Northwest. Treasures of the Sea’s recipe for Fish & Chips is a mouth watering meal that is sure to satisfied the fish lovers in your house.
We’ve had fish & chips all over the world. While we love the British variety that made the dish so famous, we are also proud of the version we call native to the Pacific NW.
There is nothing more impressive than someone that really knows how to cook fish & chips. What is funny is that it’s an incredibly simple recipe, but it’s also equally as easy to get it wrong. Give them the Pacific NW version tonight. Our beer battered flaky and delicious fish falls apart in your mouth when you eat it. Impress your friends and relatives tonight with an authentic classic. Everybody loves fish and chips and everyone is guaranteed to love this cooking guide. Make sure to follow us for more great recipes.