Rainbow Trout Fish n Chips
The mere thought of St. Patricks day brings me an uncontrollable craving for fish n chips. This dish is easier to make at home than it is to pay $15 at a restaurant. Enjoy this quick video of a classic Irish meal come to life from the recipe below.
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The mere thought of St. Patricks day brings me an uncontrollable craving for fish n chips. This dish is easier to make at home than it is to pay $15 at a restaurant. Enjoy this quick video of a classic Irish meal come to life from the recipe below: bit.ly/irishfishnchips #fishnchips #rainbowtrout #frenchfries #fishandchips #stpatricksday #ireland #irish #foodblogging #homemade #trout #peas #cool #chef #womenchefs #knives #cooking #friedfood #foodporn #foodblogger #irishrecipes #recipes ##irishrecipes
- 4 pounds Yukon gold potatoes cut into 1/4in batons
- Oil to cover
*Thank you, America’s Test Kitchen, for this recipe.
- Set a wire rack on a rimmed sheet pan with paper towels. Place potatoes in saucepan and cover with canola oil. Let it reach a rapid boil, around 5 minutes and continue to cook without stirring until potatoes are limp but the outside is firm- takes around 15 minutes.
- Continue to cook and while using tongs gently scrape up any stuck french fries. Stir occasionally until you see that the french fry is golden brown. Remove with a slotted spoon to the wire rack and sprinkle salt.
- 1 whole rainbow trout or pre-cut trout fillets 1.5 pounds
- 1 Tbsp corn starch
- 2 C flour
- 1 Tbsp cayenne pepper
- 1 Tsp baking powder
- 1 can of beer
- salt & pepper
- Combine dredge and let it sit in the refrigerator for 15 minutes.
- Place fillets in corn starch and then dredge. In your already hot oil, from making fries, slowly place fillets in oil away from you.
- Cook for around 4 minutes or until golden brown. Place on wire rack with fish spatula and sprinkle with salt immediately.
- 2 C frozen peas
- 1 C water
- In a small sauce pan place both frozen peas and water on medium heat. Simmer 5 minutes and then drain. Mash peas with potato masher or fork. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Leave any feedback down below if you’ve tried the recipe or have any questions. This is my first time “food blogging” so join me with this delicious endeavor.