Yorkshere Puddings

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Yorkshire pudding is an English savoury dish made from batter. It is most often served with roast beef, or any meal in which there is gravy, or on its own

Preparation time: 2 hours
Cooking time: 35min

Serves: 4

Dietary guidance: v 


125g Flour
300ml Milk
3 Eggs
1 Pinch of Salt
1 Tablespoon cold water


Mix Eggs and Flour, then slowly add the milk.
Use a whisk or fork for the beating ensuring you leave no lumps and beating in as much air as possible. Use a wisk, do not use mixer.

Add the Tablespoon of cold water.

Let batter rest for 30+ min, The longer the batter rest the better results. For best results, let batter rest 24 hours.

Pre-heat over at 200 degrees

Add a LITTLE oil, dripping or lard to each individual pudding tray and throw this in the oven for a to melt it. Pre-heat your Yorkshere Puddings tray until smoking hot.

Turn down the oven to 180 degrees.

Then, spoon the yorkshire pudding mixture into the preheated tray sections trying not to overfill. Now, put them in the oven and in around 35- 40 minutes they will be ready.

Avoid opening the oven door as this will cause them to flop and you want fluffy, nicely risen Yorkshire puddings, not hard flat pancakes.

I've tried several recipies and so far this is the best one by far!

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