Whitebait 'chips' with green Tabasco mayonnaise

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I served these up to my little ones recently and they instantly called them ''fish-chips'' and couldn't get enough of them. My girls are OK with heat, but you can dial the chilli and Tabasco down, or up, to taste.

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Whitebait 'chips' with green tabasco mayonnaise. Photo: Marina Oliphant

Ingredients

Canola or vegetable oil for deep-frying

200ml quality mayonnaise

1 tbsp plain yoghurt

1 tbsp green Tabasco

3 green chillies, finely chopped, seeds in

1 lemon, cut into wedges

Flaked salt

500g whitebait

150g semolina

 

Method

1. Heat the oil in a small saucepan or deep fryer to 180C.

2. Mix the mayonnaise, yoghurt, Tabasco and chilli with a squeeze of lemon and a little salt.

3. Toss half the whitebait in semolina and fry immediately for 2 to 3 minutes, until lightly golden. Drain and season. Repeat with the remaining whitebait and serve piping hot with mayo and lemon wedges.

Styling: Caroline Velik; merchandise: Minimax, The Works, Izzi & Popo.

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  • Main Ingredients - Fish
  • Course - Snacks, Finger-food, Starter/Entree
  • Occasion - Children's Party

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