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easiest yorkshire puddings ever!

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    Default easiest yorkshire puddings ever!

    Description: These are the easiest yorkshire puddings I have found they are light and crispy and perfect with your roast meat, my husband doesnt think its a roast dinner without yorkshire puddings and I have had many disasters with the traditional recipes. This is NOT my own recipe I found it on a recipe website but I have tweajked it slightly
    Serving Size: makes 12 small yorkshire puddings
    Time: 20-30 minutes
    Difficulty: Easy

    1. * 2 eggs
    2. * approx 2oz plain flour
    3. * approx 1/4 pint milk
    4. * pinch of salt and pepper
    5. * 3 tbsps vegetable oil or lard
    1. you need 3 glasses or small dishes the same size, I use ramekins as we dont have 3 small matching glasses, you need a mixing bowl, a cup cake baking tray a whisk either electric or hand, personally I prefer hand whisk and I would recommend sieving the flour. I put my oven on gas mark 8 as it isnt hot enough at 6 but its an old oven and they take about 15-30 minutes to cook not the 10 it suggests but every oven is different you can check them after the first 10 minutes just dont check too soon or they will sink.
    1. 1. Pre-heat oven to 200 degrees C (gas mark 6).
    2. 2. Ten minutes before serving, place oil in yorkshire pudding tin and place in oven.
    3. 3. Line up three identical glasses. Add eggs to first glass. Add flour to the second glass to the height of the eggs in the first glass. Add milk to the third glass to the height of the eggs and flour in the first two glasses.
    4. 4. Whisk eggs, flour, milk and salt and pepper in a mixing bowl.
    5. 5. When fat is hot, add mixture to the yorkshire pudding tin and place immediately in the oven. Yorkshire puddings will be well risen and ready within 4-5 minutes.

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    I have never had Yorkshire Pudding. This should be interesting to try. I hope I don't screw it up. LOL


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