Yesterday my husband Howard and son Ted were discussing the options for lunch when Ted decided he wanted chips for lunch. My husbands eyes widen and then he suggested a chip buttie. They both looked excited at this prospect so I could refuse and tell them it was leftovers for lunch!!!
So they both had a chip buttie and Ted wanted to make a video about how to make his sandwich. He was very excited by this idea and he really enjoyed making this for his lunch. So yesterday my son learned how to present a video for his homeschooling. Plus he got to eat the fruits of his labour at the end. Below is the video on how to make the chip buttie and the recipe is below too.
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- Sharp knife
- Potato peeler
- Chopping board
- Baking Tray
- Potatoes x 800g (preferably Maris Pipers)
- Olive oil x 4 tbsp
- Bread x 2 slice
- Maragine or butter for the bread
- Brown sauce or a sauce of your choice
- Preheat the oven to 180°C or gas mark 4.
- Peel the potatoes and cut into thick chip shapes.
- Put the chips into the tray and pour over the oil.
- Toss the chips in the oil until they are all coated.
- Now put the tray back into the oven for about 25 – 30 minutes or until the chips are golden brown.
- Once the chips are cooked leave to cool.
- Butter the bread and add brown sauce or a sauce of your choice.
- Put the chips on one side of the bread and put the other piece of bread on top.
- Then serve and enjoy.
Ted’s Chip Buttie was enjoyed by both Ted and Howard. I have a gluten intolerance so I can’t eat bread. So I had the leaftover’s!! Ted and Howard both really enjoyed this meal and they would both eat this everyday of they could. It’s that good. Plus I think it’s a great treat lunch for kids when they are home from school. However you decide to eat this dish, as always, please enjoy. Thank you xxx