Often reffered to as scallops in chip shops accross the uk, this simple but tasty snack, with the wacky kitchen twist is a delicious side dish on any meal.
- 300g potatoes
- garlic powder
- Chilli Flakes
- 1 Tablespoon malt vinegar
Level of difficulty Easy
Preparation time 15mins
Cooking time 40mins
Cost Average budget
Slice your potatoes into 1cm thick disks and boil for 20 minutes until softened, drain and refresh with cold water
Once you have cooked and drained your potatoes combine the dried ingredients with an egg, malt vinegar and the lemonade until you have a light but thickened paste.
Dip your potatoes in flour on both sides to give an adhesive surface, transfer to the batter mixture and ensure you give them a thorough coating, and then immediately transfer to a pre heated fryer at 180 and cook for 15 minutes until lightly golden
After cooking drain off any excess oil then transfer to a baking tray and toss in salt and pepper before placing on a piece of kitchen roll to drain.
There is no such thing as too thick a batter.
Bake in the oven at a later date to reheat and add an extra crispy texture
Slice the potatoes into chips for delicious battered chips
Alternate seasonings in the batter for some flavour variation.