How do you eat yours? Award winning Simpsons Fish & Chip brings back Cadbury Creme Egg, deep fried for Easter
It's no yolk - Simpsons Fish and Chips in Cheltenham are bringing back their egg-stremely popular deep-fried Cadbury Creme Egg. The family-run chippy will be donating £1 from each sale to the British Hen Welfare Trust, the largest hen rescue charity in the UK.
Until April 8th visitors to the award-winning chip shop can sample the egg-squisite creation for £2.
Co-founder James Ritchie, of Simpsons Fish & Chips, said: "Following on from the success of last year, we thought why not do it again and help raise money for another worthy cause. As well as rehoming over half a million hens in just six years, The British Hen Welfare Trust actively promotes British free-range farmers, which is something we fully endorse.
Putting our own twist on the classic Creme Egg was great fun and we learnt last year that timing is key - frying the batter so it’s deliciously crispy and lightly warming the egg but ensuring it stays firm. We’ve got it cracked though so if you’re tired of a battered sausage, come and try a battered Creme Egg.”
The confectionary treat comprises of an authentic Cadbury Creme Egg - a thick milk chocolate shell hosuing a white and yellow fondant filling made from egg, thick white cream and sugar - which lightly battered in the Simpsons signature batter and deep fried until warm and goey.
The Simpsons Fried Creme Egg can be enjoyed in the restaurant or as a takeaway dessert. It is available from until the 8th April.
Simpsons Fish and Chips is a renowned pioneer in the fish and chip shop industry. In January 2016, they were named the Best Independent Takeway Fish & Chip Shop in England at the National Fish and Chip Awards.
Story By: Simpsons Fish and Chips
Date : 27-03-2018