Happy Yorkshire Pudding Day!
Dinner doesn’t always need to be complex to look impressive, and with less than an hour preparation and cooking time, the yorkshire pudding has been a traditional sunday staple for what seems like since forever in Britain.
It will be a table favourite for as long as time exists. Who doesn’t love the taste?
In that case it’s only fitting to share with you a wonderful recipe from foodie expert Sky Bendelow, if we can make them anywhere near the same as Sky then we’re all in for a treat. Is it wrong to want more than one?
Yorkshire Pudding Mix
250g plain flour
300 ml semi-skimmed milk
Good pinch of salt
A shake of white pepper
Place the flour in a bowl, and give it a quick whisk to remove any lumps.
Make a well in the middle of the flour and slowly whisk in the milk, next whisk in the eggs with the salt and pepper.
Whisk well trying to get rid of any lumps then leave to stand for at least half an hour.
Preheat the oven to gas mark 7..When it’s hot place a small piece of dripping into each hole of a muffin tin and place in the oven for a few minutes so that the dripping is hot and smoking.
(Whilst waiting for the dripping to melt, give the batter another quick mix to get rid of any remaining lumps.)
Pour the mixture into the tins so that the batter comes ¾ of the way up, and then carefully place in the oven.
Cook for 25 minutes until puffed and golden.
I think it’s safe to say we can all agree, that Sky makes amazing yorkshire puddings. On national yorkshire pudding day how will you make yours? Traditional with a roast in rich gravy, or maybe a sweet sensation with ice cream?
Simple yet stunning the yorkshire is a wonderful creation. Roll on dinner time!