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yorkshire pudding recipe

Yorkshire pudding

Yorkshire pudding is really great with a beef roast but for some reason they can be really difficult to make, so we turned to trusty Delia Smith and Jamie Oliver for a fool proof method. The secret is in heating the oil first, so for Yorkshire pudding made right every time, follow the recipe exactly.

What you need

75g flour
1 egg
75ml milk
55ml water
2 tablespoons sunflower oil(Delia recommends beef dripping but did not find it at the supermarket)
Salt and pepper

The process

Sift the flour into a mixing bowl and make a well in the center, break the egg into the well and whisk together until all of the flour and egg are combined.

Add the milk and water and whisk together very well.

This is the important part.

Heat the oven to 220 Celsius put some oil into each cup of the muffin tin and place in the oven for about 10-15 minutes to get the tin and oil hot.

Remove the muffin tin and immediately pour portions of the mixture into each the hot cups about 1/2 full.

return the baking tray to the oven on a high shelf for about 20-25 minutes.

Keep an eye on them and remove when they have risen high and are crisp and golden.

This is really good stuff and the best Yorkshire pudding recipe that I have found.


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27 Responses to “Yorkshire pudding”

  1. Peter says:

    I know its embarassing, not only am I a yorkshireman, but I am a city and guilds trained chef as well, and for the life of me I couldn’t get my yorkys right, until along came Jamie, equal quantities of everything and WOW my puddings nearly lifted off, if you want to see the finished product find me on facebook and look at my albums, find me under Peter Lawrence Gray

  2. Moira says:

    Morning Graham,
    I made these yesterday (I did have to double to make nine, patty sizes) and although everyone said they were very nice, they were quite hollow ~ is this correct! Sometimes when I have made y/puds in the past, they have come out quite solid or just a small hollow in the middle. What should they actually be like?
    Have a good Heritage Day!
    Moira

  3. Reg Arkner says:

    This is the best recipe I have ever come accross. Bless you Delia, Jamie and of course Graham.

    Reg Arkner, South Africa

    • Graham says:

      Hi Reg, goota love the experts sharing their knowledge on the web. thanks so much for letting us know. Have a great one G

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