bbq chips

3 Ingredient Awesome Hangover Food bbq chips
I can’t really call this a recipe, it’s more a suggestion and method BUT one thing it definitely is, is EPIC, indulgent and just what you need after a night out.

comment se faire de nouvelles rencontres It has a bit of history for me too. So when I was 15 I started working in a kitchen as a waitress, I’d also help prepare the desserts (which were pre-made) and plate them up. It was one of my favourite jobs, probably because it was my first and I was naive enough for it to be a novelty, but also because as anyone who has worked in a pub/restaurant will know there is a huge social aspect involved and I was basically working with all my best friends.

solteros sin compromiso capitulos online Now, when it came to lunch we could choose from most of the food from the kitchen and there were two shameless things I would ALWAYS go for.

see url The first was those cheap nasty breaded garlic mushrooms from a packet, deep fried served with shredded iceberg lettuce, finely sliced red onion and a huge dollop of garlic mayonnaise. They may have been mass produced from the wholesalers, but they were nonetheless epic, in my eyes. And I could eat plates of them. It also helped that I had a crazy fast metabolism and was size 6 so could polish these away guilt free (those were the days). The second thing I use to eat, most of the time, was chips with BBQ sauce and cheese. Oh yes! It was basically our hunters chicken dish, without any of the nutritional stuff like chicken, bacon and salad or peas. I LOVED it! And I still do.

follow link I’d even order it on my day off with a note down to the kitchen so they knew it was me and would put extra sauce and cheese on. Fluffy chips, warmed sweet BBQ sauce and melted cheese, it is SO bad but SO good. And remains my go to on days where I need to eat ALL the stodge, like a hangover day.

watch The only problem is, I don’t have a deep fat fryer, and I don’t buy frozen chips. So whenever I crave this guilty pleasure I have to improvise and make my own oven baked chips. bbq chips Luckily they’re really easy to make.

tour solteros 2015 mexico However, two things to note are, always use grease proof paper or even a silicone baking sheet to stop the chips sticking. And secondly, use cheap table salt for any soaking or boiling, and save the good stuff like sea salt crystals to flavour. It really makes a difference using good quality salt.

I’ve also become slightly addicted to these butter based cooking sprays you can get too, and would definitely recommend using the butter spray with a little olive oil for that extra flavour. Even Matt can tell when I’ve used it.

bbq chips


3 Ingredient Ultimate Hangover Food
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Easy home baked skin on chips, smothered in melted cheese and sweet sticky BBQ sauce. What's not to like?!
Serves: 1
  • 3 medium maris piper potatoes
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 handful grated cheddar cheese
  • 4 tablespoons BBQ sauce I like Heinz sauce and marinade
  • 1 generous pinch sea salt
  1. Slice your potatoes length ways into 3 discs.
  2. Then cut each disc into 3-4 chips.
  3. Soak in a bowl of water and table salt for 15 minutes. While they are soaking pre-heat the oven to 170C.
  4. After soaking pat dry with kitchen towel and then place in a bowl with the olive oil and sea salt. Mix well so they are fully covered.
  5. Line a baking tray with baking parchment (this is important to stop them sticking). And if you have any, spray evenly with a little extra butter based cooking spray.
  6. Bake in the oven for 45 minutes until golden, checking and turning half way through.
  7. Serve immediately. For BBQ chips sprinkle the cheese on top, followed by the BBQ sauce and microwave for 30-60 seconds, until the cheese has melted.

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