Yorkshire Puddings

Discussion in 'The Cookbook' started by alpla444, Jan 5, 2012.

  1. alpla444

    alpla444 That's sweet!

    To make 4 large ish yorkies
    you will need 1 yorkshire pudding tray (as pictured below) diameter of each pot is approx 10cm and only 1.5cm deep) Muffin trays can be used:)


    70 grams plain flour
    2 large eggs
    100ml milk

    Heat the oven to about 230c/fan 210c/gas 8.

    Siv the flour and then beat in the eggs I use a whisk, the add the milk a bit at a time make sure there is no lunps. salt and pepper can be mixed in now.

    put about 5mm of oil (sun flower or veg oil) in each pot and put the tray in the oven (the oil need to be very hot before you put the mix in there.
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    When the oil is hot (I tend to leave in there for 10-15 min) take the tray out and add the mix evenly to each put with the oil still in there!
    Then put back in the oven for about 20-25 mins. if you take them out too soon they will fall
    This recipe works every time for me without fail.
    I will update with a finnished pic in 30mins when the come out of the oven;)
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  2. Regan

    Regan Well-Known Member

    YUMMY... only one issue... should have quadrupled the amount of ingredients... mmm 4 is enough for one person.
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  3. PanChango

    PanChango Not Cute

    Those look good.

    I thought you might be making a pie out of those noisy little dogs. :)
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  4. Queen of Blades

    Queen of Blades Mistress of Mischief Staff Member

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    What milk?
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  5. lradke

    lradke and doggone it, people like me

    NICE another Yorkshire Pudding recipe! I'll have to try it out. I have one that my family has been using for years (perfection of my grandparents I believe). It would be nice to see now another one would work and taste. :)
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  6. alpla444

    alpla444 That's sweet!

    Old recipe passed down, but I used semi skimmed milk.
    Well spotted
  7. Queen of Blades

    Queen of Blades Mistress of Mischief Staff Member

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    How much milk?
  8. alpla444

    alpla444 That's sweet!

    It's 100ml, I have edited. My error in the original post. Doh
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  9. Queen of Blades

    Queen of Blades Mistress of Mischief Staff Member

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    Thanks, Dean!

    I'll have to try the recipe out. :happy088:

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