Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Easy Yorkshire Pudding

You can't beat Yorkshire pudding served with plenty of beef gravy.
Our kids love them and are always asking me to make them for dinner.
They are so easy and quick to make, that I thought I would share my method. 

Heat the oven to a very hot 250*c.
Using a bun tray, pour a teaspoon of oil into each of the hollows and place into the oven for ten minutes or until very very hot.

Measure out the three ingredients equally by volume, see above photo.
Flour, eggs and milk. 3 eggs should be enough for a dozen.

Mix the three ingredient together to make a batter. 
Take out the hot tray and pour the batter equally. The oil should be hot enough to sizzle and cook the batter immediately. 
Place back in oven for 15 mins or until risen and brown.

And enjoy!


  1. My daughter has just started at uni and wanted a recipe for Yorkshire puddings. I couldn't help as I don't weigh or measure anything when I make mine ( I've been making them for more years than I care to remember and just do it by eye) , so this post has come at just the right time. Thankyou!

  2. Yorkshire puddings and gravy is one of the best things ever! I always serve my toad in the hole with lots of gravy :)

  3. Made me realise that we hadn't had yorkshires for a while. Yum

  4. Our kids love them. Yum yum


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