Wetherspoon’s make excellent chips.
I decided to research this and hoped to find that they were really healthy , as there is no greasy residue left on the plate where they “used to reside”
They’re very crisp and dry on the outside but soft and fluffy inside.
The question is how do they do it?
Everyone loves their chips. I asked a manager of Wetherspoons about the chips. She said they have changed the chips they use fairly recently to McCains Homefries, which are just deep fried in oil.
They have had lots of favourable comments about these chips…..
I asked McCain’s how to deep fry their Home Chips. This is their response…
“Heat the oil in the pan or fryer to around 175°C/ 350°F. Place your Home chips into the basket and let them sizzle away for 3 ½ – 4 minutes, until they’re lovely, crisp and light golden. Lift the basket, shake off the oil and they’re ready to eat.”
Why everything that tastes so good bad for you?