The fish and chip shop is a great British institution. It is a place that has been around for years and will continue to be around for many years to come. One of the most famous types of fish and chips shops are in the Black Country region in the Midlands. They serve potato chips with a type of batter which make the appearance of the chips a golden orange colour. This batter gives the chips a crispy coating and a delicious flavour.
Orange battered chips are extremely popular in the Midlands region of England. The batter used in this dish originates from the Black Country, Dudley, Wolverhampton and Birmingham in the West Midlands. The traditional recipe has been seen in fish and chip shops around the area and loved by locals and visitors.
Fish and chips are a national dish in the United Kingdom, and they are often served with mushy peas. The batter is usually made from flour, maize, salt, water and baking powder or soda, with a hint of paprika and some orange colour for the iconic orange colour. The fish is usually haddock or cod that has been deep fried in oil to make it crispier.