I thought long and hard about this topic from Long and Short Reviews. What is a good recipe from my region? And, after much consideration, I decided it had to be Yorkshire puddings.
You can make one large pudding or several small ones - my mother used to make it in one large tin, but I personally prefer the smaller ones.
Take 200g plain flour, 3 eggs, 300ml milk and 4 tbsp vegetable oil.
Put the flour into a bowl, season to taste, then stir in the three eggs.
Whisk in the milk to a smooth batter.
Chill in the fridge. We usually did this for about an hour.
Heat the oven to 220C. Take a 12-hole muffin tin, pour the oil into the holes and heat in the oven for about five minutes.
Add the batter mix to the tin and bake for 30 minutes.
If you're making one large Yorkshire pudding you can also make something on the side, such as mince or a stew, to put inside the pudding after it's cooked, but I prefer to have these by themselves. They go great with a roast beef dinner.
So what recipes would you share?
love, love, love this! So making this the next time I do a roast! My post is here if you want to stop by: http://jhthomas.blogspot.com/2020/10/wednesday-weekly-blogging-challenge.htmlReplyDelete
Thank you! I hope you like them!Delete
Hmmm, I'll have to try this. https://pmprescott.blogspot.com/2020/10/wc-100720.htmlReplyDelete
I hope you like it.Delete
That looks yum. I'm not a cook/baker, but I'll pass it along to the one who is (DH). :-)ReplyDelete
They're delicious. I haven't had them in a while, so I'll have to make some.Delete
Wow, this sounds amazing!ReplyDelete
My <a href="https://lydiaschoch.com/wednesday-weekly-blogging-challenge-recipes-from-canada/”>post</a>
They're great to have as a side - they go with anything!Delete
WOW, yummy!! Can't wait to try this. Thanks for sharing! Here's mine. https://www.tenastetler.com/recipes-from-my-city-state-country-lsrs-wednesday-weekly-blogging-challenge/ReplyDelete
They're definitely worth trying!Delete
Okay, so my American is showing, but ... I watch the British Baking Show (LOVE) and the first time they made "pudding" I was... you don't bake pudding! Of course I'm thinking of the pudding you make with milk and chocolate, lol...ReplyDelete
And Yorkshire Pudding is absolutely a perfect dish for you to show here. Thanks!
Yes, we do have a lot of different types of pudding over here - I can see it would be confusing!Delete
They look fab, I always forget they’re so straightforward, no excuse for buying aunt Bessies really!ReplyDelete
I admit I've bought Aunt Bessie's before when I can't be bothered making these!Delete