Yorkshire Pudding

I decided to keep up the British Baking Treats for my husband by making Yorkshire Puddings. I will be honest, when I was younger I thought Yorkshire puddings were more of an American style pudding. I would be lying if I wasn’t a little disappointed when I learned the truth about what a yorkshire pudding was, but I still decided to go through with making them and trying them fresh!

RECIPE: Yorkshire Pudding
Makes 12 Puddings

SUPPLIES NEEDED:IMG_1039
Bowls
Scale
Fork
Muffin Tin
Oven heated to 450 degrees

INGREDIENTS:
200 Grams Egg
200 Grams Milk
200 Grams Flour
Salt
Pepper
Crisco

DIRECTIONS:
1) In a bowl, measure out equal parts egg, milk, and flour.
2) Season with a bit of salt and pepper.
3) Use a fork to mix everything together into a batter and let it rest on the counter for a bit.


4) Place a spoonful of Crisco into each muffin tin and place it in the oven.IMG_1053
5) When the Crisco is melted and hot its time to add the batter!
6) Add enough batter to fill the muffin tin cups about a 1/3 of the way.
7) Put the muffin tin back in the oven as quickly as possible and bake for 15-20 minutes until golden brown.
8) Let cool on a rack before serving as is, or as a meal or appetizer (hint hint, see tomorrows post for a fun tapas idea!)

Look at them rising in the oven! IMG_1055

 

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