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Re: Chips

Post by Texas » Wed Aug 29, 2018 8:57 pm

blacklab99 wrote:
Texas wrote:Hey Col, PM me, I'll bring around a hamburger with the lot & minimum chips
If you put on weight, blame the salad dressing
Gra
Funny thing is Tex, it's not a weight thing, I'm built like a race horse !
Think it must be an age thing.
Thinking seriously, while I'm at it, installing a deep fryer on my bait board.
Now how fresh would that be, adding squid to the "pre prepared chips"
:-D
Col
Grouse idea Col, people have made money out of more ridiculous ideas than that



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Re: Chips

Post by Bayrock » Wed Aug 29, 2018 10:04 pm

I had an airfryer but found the chips did not come out as good as I wanted. Sold it got a heavy duty deep fryer instead and can’t be happier

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Re: Chips

Post by Thetunaslayer » Wed Aug 29, 2018 11:08 pm

rb85 wrote:The old fish and chip shops that used to wash and cut their own spuds made a better chip than the bulk bought crap. Best seek out an old greek for some tips.
Completely agree.our local chipppery does that.after my dad catches his snapper we grab chips grom there.
Tastes good

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Re: Chips

Post by Mattblack » Thu Aug 30, 2018 8:15 am

Best chips I've ever eaten....(Heston Blumenthal's Triple Cooked Chips)

Place the cut chips into a bowl under running water for five minutes to wash the starch off.

Place cold tap water in a large saucepan and add the potatoes. Place the pan over a medium heat and simmer until the chips are almost falling apart (approximately 20– to 30 minutes, depending on the potato).

Carefully remove the cooked chips and place them on a cooling rack to dry out. Then place in the freezer for at least one hour to remove more moisture.

Heat a deep-fat fryer or a deep pan no more than half filled with oil (to a depth of around 10 centimetres) to 130ºC.

Fry the chips in small batches until a light crust forms (approximately five minutes), remove from the oil and drain on kitchen paper.

Put the potatoes on a cooling rack and place in the freezer for at least one hour. (At this stage, if you don’t want to cook and serve immediately, the chips can be kept in the fridge for three days.)

Heat the oil in the deep-fat fryer or deep pan to 180ºC and fry the chips until golden (approximately seven minutes).Drain and sprinkle with sea salt.

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Re: Chips

Post by purple5ive » Thu Aug 30, 2018 8:44 am

Man id love to see the faces of some of the fitness freaks when they see this recipe..

On another note, fcuk dat for a meal of chips, straight to fish and chip shop for me.
One of the best chips ive had was from the fish and chips shop at malacoota
Im also a fan of sweet potato chips.
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Re: Chips

Post by Mattblack » Thu Aug 30, 2018 9:12 am

purple5ive wrote:Man id love to see the faces of some of the fitness freaks when they see this recipe..

On another note, fcuk dat for a meal of chips, straight to fish and chip shop for me.
One of the best chips ive had was from the fish and chips shop at malacoota
Im also a fan of sweet potato chips.
Just use vegetable oil....it sounds healthier



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Re: Chips

Post by mpharris66 » Thu Aug 30, 2018 9:43 am

I grow my own potato’s , absolutely nothing like the supermarket ones. Double bake em for Xmas dinners.

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Re: Chips

Post by frozenpod » Thu Aug 30, 2018 1:48 pm

English triple cooked chips is the best I have had by far. Get them in a good english pub and they will blow you away.

I bought an Air fryer its crap unless you down what you are cooking in oil and which point you are just as well off using the deep fryer.

I will admit I was conned by marketing bull, it is nothing more than a bulky paper weight.

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Re: Chips

Post by Kimtown » Thu Aug 30, 2018 2:58 pm

smile0784 wrote:Depends.how much time.you have lol
If.you have 20 mins to prep them.do.it from scratch or if in a hurry frozen will survice
It's 2018, how can you not have spell check in this day and age?

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Re: Chips

Post by Lightningx » Thu Aug 30, 2018 3:27 pm

Kimtown wrote:
smile0784 wrote:Depends.how much time.you have lol
If.you have 20 mins to prep them.do.it from scratch or if in a hurry frozen will survice
It's 2018, how can you not have spell check in this day and age?
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