Tefal Actifry Fish and Chips – a healthier take on this classic British takeaway dish complete with tartare sauce. 

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It’s no secret that I’ve long been a fan of the Actifry, originally starting with the first model and now with an upgrade to the amazing Tefal Actifry Genius model.

I cook a lot of things using my Tefal Actifry, such as chips, roast potatoes, sausages, breakfast hash, stir fries etc – (Check out my other Actifry Recipes.)

So when Tefal asked if I would participate in this New Year Revolution Challenge of course I accepted. 

What’s different about the Genius?  Previous Actifry models really only had a simple timer mode.  Now Tefal has taken this to the next level by adding modes to the Genius.  There are 9 modes each designed for a specific food type and also a manual mode.

The modes available are:-

Each mode is tailored for the type of food that is cooking and the Actifry adjusts the temperature, stirring and time accordingly.

As part of the challenge, Tefal sent me a chopping board, apron and a spinning board for decided exactly what dish I would be creating and as you can see, I scored Tefal Actifry Fish and Chips. 

My kids have been loving this spinning board and will often ask if they can spin the board to decide what we are having for dinner. It has been a  great way to encourage healthier eating for the whole family, as we cook it all at home and know exactly what ingredients go into everything. They have also been keen to try different cuisines, which they might not have chosen before. 

When coming up with a healthier Tefal Actifry Fish and Chips recipe, I wanted to make sure it was family friendly, while also keeping it low in syns and calories.

The chips part to this Tefal Actifry Fish and Chips recipe was pretty simple. As the Tefal Actifry effortlessly makes amazing golden crispy chips every time, using my yummy method for cooking them. 

So that only left the fish part and I decided to go for a deliciously seasoned breadcrumb coating.  The fish was amazing, light and flavoursome, with that lovely golden breadcrumbs on the outside, without being greasy. 

How can I add a 1/3 speed foods to this Tefal Actifry Fish and Chips?

Personally for me, fish and chips just have to come with mushy peas, so for this dish, I allowed myself to not worry about the speed foods. It’s only one meal and so long as the majority of your meals are well balanced with speed foods, the odd one without is going to be fine.

But if you do want to add in some speed foods, a big mixed salad would pair perfectly alongside this, especially with my low syn tartare sauce that’s part of the recipe – yum!!!

Kitchen Items I used for this Tefal Actifry Fish and Chips:

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Tefal Actifry Fish and Chips

Tefal Actifry Fish and Chips

Tefal Actifry Fish and Chips – a healthier take on this classic British takeaway dish complete with tartare sauce. 
Prep Time
10 minutes
Total Time
1 hour

Ingredients

for the tartare sauce:

Instructions

This recipe is Slimming World and Weight Watchers friendly

If you prefer, you can blitz some wholemeal bread into breadcrumbs as part of your healthy extra B choice which reduces it down to 2.5 syns per serving

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1

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Cuisine:

British

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Category: Main

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