Ready in 30 minutes
This is a perfect recipe for yorkshire puddings the essential companion to a roast beef dinner.
"Great recipe with almost perfect ratios for our oven at least. Resultant Yorkshire rose so much it almost touched the top oven, and was light and fluffy inside.
We've also used the same batter for Toad in the Hole with equal success."- lucyclairebu
Top-ranked recipe named "Best Yorkshire Puddings"
Throw the flour in a bowl and add salt.
Add the Eggs and gently whisk into the flour.
Gradually add the Milk.
Fridge the mixture for half an hour.
Put half teaspoon of oil into a muffin or bun tin and place in a preheated (220 degrees) oven for ten minutes.
Remove batter from fridge and whisk.
Quicly pour into the hot wells of the tin.
Put in top of oven for 20 minutes turning the tray after ten.
ChefMichienzi 4 months agoSo easy and delicious! My 3 1/2 year old help make them and he loved them!
michaeltheblessed 9 months ago
WondersWhy 1 year agoHave used this recipe for 6 months now and it never fails to impress, thanks so much for sharing. Haven't had a bad one yet
fdeane08 1 year agoAmazing recipe, my first attempt at Yorkshire puddings and they impressed my English boyfriend
Jenbanfield 1 year agoFabulous recipe - used it for Christmas. Puddings rose brilliantly. Crispy and light. Didn't need to turn tray.
nibby 2 years agoIt's not clear if the temp is in F or C. Wld be helpful to make it clearer.
lucyclairebu 3 years agoGreat recipe with almost perfect ratios for our oven at least. Resultant Yorkshire rose so much it almost touched the top oven, and was light and fluffy inside. We've also used the same batter for Toad in the Hole with equal success.
MarleeCooks 3 years agoThis has been a Family fav for genarations. Every Sunday with peas & yorkshire pudding,Roast Beef.
tatey 4 years agoSimple recipe but very nice puddings
MarshallWhite 4 years agoIt is really important that the batter is cold and the oil very hot. [I posted this recipe.]