Yorkshire pudding recipe

Preparation time: less than 10 mins

Cooking time: 15 to 20 mins

Yields: 12 Yorkshire Puddings

Yorkshire puddings are by far one of the most favourite things to have on your roast dinner plate, my mum has always brought frozen ones that take 5 minutes in the oven, and I can't deny they are tasty, crunchy and doughy just what you want in a Yorkshire pudding but this recipe makes them 100% better guaranteed!

I have been making them for years, trial and error most of the time, but I have the perfected recipe and they never, ever go wrong I could do it with my eyes closed now. They used to turn out like little cakes my partner found it funny but it was such a stressful thing, they never ever rose. But now they never let me down as I altered the recipe. Its always a nerve-wracking time cooking for your in-laws you want to know that the roast you cook them is simply the best. Follow my step-by-step instructions and you will not regret a thing. Good luck! (Not that you’ll need it)

Ingredients:

  • 70g Plain flour
  • 2 Medium free-range eggs (organic if you can)
  • 100ml of soya milk (or your preferred milk)
  • olive oil, sunflower oil, or rapeseed oil any is fine.

Method:

  1. Get a large mixing bowl, add your eggs and flour to the bowl.
  2. Begin to whisk into a smooth consistency.
  3. Start adding your 100ml of milk and whisking continuously, you can use a hand mixer if you have one.
  4. Once all the ingredients are well combined make sure you have NO lumps as this will affect your outcome. Place it in the fridge to chill for around 1-2 hours, you don’t have to do this but I always find they rise better this way.
  5. If you are not refrigerating the mixture then pre-heat the oven to gas mark 8, then add a drizzle of your chosen cooking oil into your Yorkshire pudding tin.
  6. Put the Yorkshire pudding pan into the hot oven, once the oil is hot (around 5-7 minutes later) remove the dish, and quickly evenly pour out your mixture into each hole. Place in the oven for 15-20 minutes. Don't open the oven or they will fall flat down and not rise.

Once they are cooked, remove from the oven, serve and enjoy!


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