Yorkshire Pudding

Posted By Kerri


I’ve had a stomach bug for the last few days which means I’ve mostly been eating dry bread and drinking water. Despite our dedication to posting almost everything we eat, we both felt that was pushing the concept of Dinner Diary somewhat which is why it’s been a bit quiet around here lately.

Feeling better yesterday, we decided to cook roast beef but, unfortunately, it all went a bit wrong. The meat wasn’t very good and ended up over-cooked, the cabbage was undercooked, the gravy too thin and the potatoes less than brilliant. Even the pictures were terrible. What did turn out well though was the Yorkshire pudding so here it is.

Nov 29th, 2009

6 Comments to 'Yorkshire Pudding'

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  1. It does look pretty special – the crowning glory of the meal then… it is usually the case for most – we’re a nation of yorkshire pudding lovers! xxx
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  2. duvetgirl said,

    I can not get my Yorkshire puddings to rise to such golden perfection, despite much experimentation. It’s an ongoing project that I’m determined to crack before next summer!

  3. Stephen said,

    duvetgirl, ours used to take ages to rise in our old oven, but now we have a new oven that goes to a much higher temperature and it’s much easier to get them to rise nicely.

  4. Gareth said,

    The trick is to make sure your oil is very hot and don’t open the oven door while its cooking.

  5. Kerri said,

    We weren’t able to achieve very high temperatures in our old oven, Gareth, but the new one is much hotter and therefore great for Yorkshire pudding.

  6. Gareth said,

    It also works well as a pudding, drizzled with jam or syrup. Certainly a favourite when I was a child and still a hit with my nephews!

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