Yorkshire batter fish recipes

Sweet Spinach Yorkshire Puddings/Popovers with Roasted Black Pepper Strawberries and Sweetened Yoghurt

Sweet Spinach Yorkshire Puddings/Popovers with Roasted Black Pepper Strawberries and Sweetened Yoghurt

Stir the spinach and vanilla into the remaining milk and add to the batter. So, as we carefully wrap the precious objects of our lives in old newspaper, like proper Northern fish and chips with mushy peas and five types of curry sauce (they actually have a curry sauce menu here), we reflect on our reflections as we take mirrors off the walls (a little older, a little greyer, definitely happy), and we follow the choice we made some time ago, hoping for the best
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British Take Away Awards 2016

British Take Away Awards 2016

So who get’s the team Yorkshire Pudd vote. They identify, via a family history stretching back almost 100 years, the very finest fish and seafood before creating the perfect batter and then cooking them in a real Yorkshire way, in beef dripping. The post British Take Away Awards 2016 appeared first on YorkshirePudd
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Fine dining at Restaurant 92 in Harrogate

Fine dining at Restaurant 92 in Harrogate

fish and chips, Harrogate, meat, Restaurant reviews, yorkshire, yorkshire restaurants . The fish itself was moist and full of flavour, and the batter (essentially presented as ‘scraps’ would be at your local chippie) and the deconstructed tartar sauce combined magnificently to elevate a simple dish to a fine dining level
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The Magpie Cafe - Whitby

The Magpie Cafe - Whitby

Most people in Yorkshire, especially those who have visited Whitby will tell you that the best place to get fish and chips in Whitby, or even on the whole East Yorkshire coast is The Magpie
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The Best Bar Food in Town

The Best Bar Food in Town

delicate Yorkshire rhubarb parfait with ginger custard ice-cream, vanilla sablé, ginger sherbet. We also ordered a portion of beer battered fish and chips, poshed up with vinegar powder and home made tartare sauce
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A Rapeseed Feast at Hixter Bankside

A Rapeseed Feast at Hixter Bankside

While using rapeseed oil to cook your Yorkshires might lack the authenticity of the beef dripping my mum would have used, it’s a lot healthier and does seem to help produce a great, fluffy, crispy result
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