The best Yorkshire puddings

    20 min

    These are a classic accompaniment to go alongside the traditional English roast. There's no set time for the Yorkshire puddings to cook, but once they look golden, and they've risen a considerable amount, they're done.


    Cornwall, England, UK
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    Makes: 12 Yorkshire puddings

    • oil as needed
    • 1/3 eggs
    • 1/3 milk and water (combined)
    • 1/3 plain flour

    Prep:5min  ›  Cook:15min  ›  Ready in:20min 

    1. Preheat the oven to 200 C / Gas 6. Put a bit of oil in each dip in a bun tray, and place the oiled bun tray in the oven.
    2. Measure out your ingredients in a measuring jug; a third of each ingredient.
    3. Whisk all ingredients together to form the batter (preferably use an eletric whisk to achieve more air).
    4. Once the oil is spitting hot, pour an equal amount of batter in each dip, keeping in consideration that they do rise a lot, and return to the oven.
    5. Roast until golden and risen.

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    This is exactly how I do Yorkshire puds. No weighing, just equal amounts of flour, fluid and eggs by volume. Works every time.  -  04 Jan 2012


    love this recipe,best yorkies ever!! seems not as nice though since changed to electric fan oven...cant get it right,need help  -  03 Mar 2013


    Wonderful, after many attempts - over many years and only achieving fluffy, crispy pancakes and very member of my family offering 'tips', A recipe that not only worked beautifully but worked at high altitude too. Many many thanks!  -  21 Dec 2013