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LSULEFTY
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Anyone ever made Yorkshire Pudding?
How is it? Any tips?


KosmoCramer
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re: Anyone ever made Yorkshire Pudding?
I want to. It looks delicious.


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Btrtigerfan
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re: Anyone ever made Yorkshire Pudding?
I do it once or twice a year. It's nothing but a vehicle for the gravy. You basically make an eggy pancake batter, then pour into a muffin tin that's been preheated with some beef renderings. You pop that into the oven and it sorta half-rises.

You get a firm-doughy muffin thing that'll hold a good bit of gravy. Try it.


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Martini
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re: Anyone ever made Yorkshire Pudding?
Use 2 eggs instead of 3

I grew up eating it as my mother made it whenever she cooked roast beef. My wife makes it now since my mother died. You can use Pyrex if you don’t have popover pans and the middle won’t rise but the perimeter will. Just a little different. Put the pan in the hot oven with the beef drippings after you pull the roast. While it is heating make the batter. Some say refrigerate but I don’t. I’m sure you could but it tends to thicken the batter and this is kind of a thin one.

Use plenty of beef fat and the pan needs to be hot. Toss in oven and let it go. Serve it hot with butter and au jus.


BigDropper
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re: Anyone ever made Yorkshire Pudding?
Do what Btrtigerfan & Martini said but substitute cake flour. I like to put all of the ingredients into a blender and blitz the he'll out of it. Cake flour has less protein & will not get tough/ chewy from the over mixing in the blender.

I have also added cheese or herbs for a variation on the original. Good'onya Pop!


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LSULEFTY
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Youngsville, LA
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re: Anyone ever made Yorkshire Pudding?
Gonna try this soon. Looks good and something different.


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NimbleCat
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re: Anyone ever made Yorkshire Pudding?
I like to bake it with the Prime Rib fat. It isn't for everyone though. Essentially a beef fat flavored popover.


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RockyMtnTigerWDE
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re: Anyone ever made Yorkshire Pudding?
It is really good with the gravy, but on its own it can be a little bland in taste


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cave canem
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re: Anyone ever made Yorkshire Pudding?
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the pan needs to be hot.


Pan and oil need to be at high temp prior to adding batter, almost to the point of smoking.

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Some say refrigerate but I don’t.


Us either

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I grew up eating it as my mother made it whenever she cooked roast beef


Wife is a Brit, she makes them in place of rolls every Sunday.


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