Tag

beer

Browsing

Guinness beef pot pie with a thick rustic crust to celebrate St.Patrick’s day this year? A pie filled with tender meat, carrots, onions and green peas. A perfect pairing to a cold Guinness! If you cannot resist a good Guinness on St.Patrick’s day, this Guinness Beef Pot Pie is the perfect meal to accompany it. This black beer isn’t just great; it’s also one of the highest-quality broths. It gives any stew or meat pie a deep, rich colour and caramelized flavour. Also, Guinness pairs perfectly with one of my favourite sauce thickeners; chocolate. A single piece of dark chocolate at the end of cooking will thicken the broth just enough and give the meat filling this richer hue. A Half Pie This recipe could easily be a stew! If you add 200 ml of broth to the whole recipe and skip the crust part, you’ll have a fantastic stew. Although since I’ve…

A crunchy and slightly bitter Beer-battered Fish and Chips is a recipe beloved in the UK and simple to reproduce at home. Served with two typical dips of mushy pea and tartar sauces and homemade fries/Chips, it’s a comfort meal with omega-3! I’ve decided to say farewell to our old European companions with a traditional dish of theirs: the famous Fish and Chips. More precisely, a Brown Ale Beer-battered Fish and Chips. Since the whole Brexit thing is quite bitter for most, I wanted to use their own “bitter beer” to make the batter; here is a nice review of many bitter beers from England! Choose whatever one you prefer! Fun Facts about Fish N Chips Here are a few fun facts about this beloved dish! They were served in cone-shaped newspapers until the 80s to absorb the fat; they’ve stopped using them because of the hazardous ink contact with food.…

EN