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This is my version. The trick is to make sure the beef dripping is piping hot.
I love cooking and eating Yorkshire puddings. For me it brings back happy memories of my late mum cooking a lovely Sunday Roast, with huge Yorkie puds, and any leftovers we would have cold with jam spread on top (sounds weird but please try it). When I think of Great British Food, the first dish that springs to mind is Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding, which is also my Desert Island Dish, but I have heard many a Yorkshire pudding disaster story, so below you will find my mum's recipe which is so easy, and I promise that as long as you follow the very easy instructions you will have lovely Yorkshire puds every time. This is easy as you just use a normal cup/mug for the measuring of ingredients.
Few dishes can rival a magnificent traditional British roast beef with Yorkshire pudding. With a light batter, stock-based gravy and accompanying vegetables, this meal also supplies most of the nutrients we need for good health.
For me, the ideal Yorkshire pudding is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. This recipe makes enough batter for a medium sized (28x18cm) roasting tin, which will usually be enough for 4 people. If you are serving with roast beef, you will need to time it so that they cook while the beef rests.
These are delicious Yorkies! Very easy too! Serve with roast beef or pork, as this recipe requires meat dripping.
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.
We are always trying to get the perfect simple Yorkshire pudding recipe. After many weeks of testing new recipes I finally came up with the perfect one. I prefer to make the batter when I'm putting the meat in for our Sunday roast, that way the mix has time to set and get to room temperature before baking. I cook these for my family every weekend and there is always demand for more.
This recipe has been handed down from my gran, who makes the best Yorkshire puddings in the world.
Glorious Yorkshire puddings. Perfect accompanient to any roast or simply on their own with a good slug of gravy.
This is an old family recipe handed down the male line of my family. My grandfather had to teach me as my father was a terrible cook and could only manage to burn water. This is more of a guideline recipe and is open to many interpretations and variations. You can add whatever herbs or spices you like and makes a great addition to any meal, even curry.