Orange Battered Chips Mix from Black Country
1kg Crispy Chip Coating for Orange Batter Chips Harry Harvey
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Orange Batter Chips Crispy Coating - 1kg Harry Harvey Mix

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Harry Harvey Orange Battered Chips Mix

  • 1kg packs
  • Make orange battered chips at home
  • Crispy orange chip coating 
  • As used by fish & chip shops in the Midlands
  • Black Country recipe

Make the Midlands famous orange chips at home or start to introduce orange battered chips in your chippy anywhere in the country or international.

Harry Harvey orange battered chip coating is popular with customers who have tried these famous chips in Wolverhampton, Bilston, Walsall, Willenhall, Darlaston, Birmingham, Dudley and the Black Country.  

We often send Harry Harvey orange battered chip coating to expats around the world.  

Why not add orange battered chips to your menu.

Usage instructions on packaging, all you need is some good potato’s and a fryer.  

World famous orange battered chips 

Orange battered chips from the Midlands are a regional specialty that has gained popularity in recent years. This unique twist on the classic chip shop dish involves dipping freshly cut potato chips into a tangy and sweet orange batter before frying them until crispy.

The Midlands region of the UK is known for its love of hearty, comforting food, and orange battered chips certainly fit the bill.  The dish is often served as a snack or side dish, and can be found in chip shops throughout the area and served with fish, sausage, pies and curry sauce.

Harry Harvey orange battered chips coating is a pre-made mix that makes it easy to create delicious orange battered chips at home.

The coating mix is made from a blend of high-quality ingredients, including flour, cornstarch, salt, pepper, and a special blend of spices and flavorings. The mix is designed to be easy to use - simply add water to create a thick, smooth batter, and then coat your potato chips in the batter before frying.

One of the great things about Harry Harvey orange battered chips coating is that it allows you to enjoy this unique and delicious dish without having to go to a chip shop or spend time preparing your own batter.  The mix is quick and easy to use, and produces perfectly crispy and flavorful orange battered chips every time.

To use Harry Harvey orange battered chips coating, simply follow the instructions on the package. Cut your potatoes into thick slices or wedges, and then soak them in cold water for around 10 minutes to remove excess starch. Meanwhile, mix the coating mix with water until you have a smooth, thick batter.

Dip each potato slice or wedge into the batter, making sure it's fully coated, then carefully lower it into hot oil, fry the chips until golden and crispy, then remove them from the oil and place them on a paper towel-lined plate to drain off any excess oil.

Serve them hot and enjoy the taste of this classic British dish with a twist from the Black Country in the Midlands.

Mixing Instructions:
1. Mix in the ratio of 1 to 1 litres of COLD water to
1kg of chip coating, or adjust to recipe.  Always add the powder to the water.
Add colouring as required annd mix untill smooth.
2. Place raw chips into a large bowl and pour over coating
mix.  Use 1 litre of mix to every 6.5kg of raw chips.
3. Stir well to ensure chips are evenly but thinly coated.
4. Cook chips into oil at 175 / 180°C.
5. After 1 minute agitate with chip lifter to seperate chips from one
another and skim off any batter bits.
6. Now cook as you would normal chips.  Cooking time depends upon
potatoes used, type of potato, time of year etc.  Fry until cooked.

WHEAT Flour (Contains: Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Salt,
Colour (E102, E122), Raising Agents (E34 (i), E500.

Allegens in Uppercase, may contain SOYA, MUSTARD

This product contains artificial colours which may have
an adverse effect on activity and attention in children.