GOOD OLD FASHIONED YORKSHIRE PUDDING

Here’s another scrumptious sounding Recipe from Hazel who says “If you want your Yorkshire Pudding to rise and have delicious crunchy edges, then try my Recipe”.    🙂

INGREDIENTS

2 cups of white plain flour
4 eggs
1 cup of milk
1 cup of water
1/2 teaspoon salt
cooking oil

METHOD

1. Turn oven to 240 degrees.
2. Put all ingredients except the oil, in a bowl together and whisk well. Leave to stand.
3. Pour enough oil in over proof lasagne/pie dish, to cover the bottom generously.
4. When oven has become hot, place dish in oven to heat up oil to a high temperature.
5. Remove dish (oil must be extremely hot!) from oven and pour mixture into dish. Immediately place back into oven.
6. Cook for twenty five minutes or until Yorkshire Pudding has risen and browned. (removing too early from oven will result in a soggy middle.)
**Serve with roast meat, various roasted and steamed vegetables and a generous amount of gravy!  🙂

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3 Responses

  1. Great website, some nice pictures your making me hungry. mmmmm

    I only use 2 eggs in my recipe for yorkshire pudding and works perfect. So if your short of eggs.

    Also Ive got a fool proof scone recipe I can send. Kids and relatives love them.

    Julz

    • Hi Julz,

      Thanks for visiting The Roundabout Recipe Blog.

      Yes please – do share the scone recipe. Mine are very hit and miss so I’m always keen to try something new!

      Fiona 🙂

  2. […] don’t find good English cooking outside a private house. If you want, say, a good, rich slice of Yorkshire pudding you are more likely to get it in the poorest English home than in a restaurant, which is where the […]

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