Toddler “Cook It Yourself” Fish & Chips

A friend recently suggested this recipe to me as something to cook with Ezi, but it is lots of fun for little ones of all ages,
and as Fish & Chips is a very traditional English meal , especially here on the coast, I thought I’d share it with you.

You will need:

1 fish filet
3 potatoes
2 slices of toasted bread
ketchup (for a healthier version take a look at our homemade ketchup recipe!)

How to:

Start by turning your bread into breadcrumbs, just pull off tiny pieces till you used it all up:

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Put your fish onto a baking tray and spread ketchup all over it.

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Now it’s time to put the breadcrumbs on top, make sure you cover all of the fish.

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Put this into the oven at a high temperature for about 40 minutes.
Your chips will not take as long, so you can prepare them now.
To make the chips you peel the potatoes , cut them into strips, cover them with oil, salt them
and put them into the oven for about 30 minutes.

When everything is cooked you can sit down and taste your traditional English meal!

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Enjoy!

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One Response to Toddler “Cook It Yourself” Fish & Chips

  1. I love the idea of this! At the start of the new year we began a new routine – once a week our 5 year old cooks for us (obviously with some help, but we try to let her do as much as possible) and this looks like a recipe we could do with her. The book we’ve been using is this one
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Quick-Easy-Frame-Cookery/dp/1407578049/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1268549292&sr=8-1
    Because it has pictures of every stage it’s really helpful for her, and also helps her to choose the recipe she wants to cook because she can see what is will look like. At the mo we’re sticking to vegetarian recipes so she doesn’t have to handlre raw fish and meat, and it’s been going brilliantly!