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Easy Peasy Yorkshires

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Serves 1 - 2 Puddings

A simple recipe for Yorkshire puddings..easy to make and no scales required

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Ingredients

  • Batter (makes 2 x large victoria sponge sized Yorkshire puddings or 12 individual)
  • 1 cup of eggs
  • 1 cup of plain flour
  • 1/2 cup of water
  • 1/2 cup of milk (any variety)
  • 1 tsp of bicarbonate of Soda
  • Cooking oil

Method

    1. Fill the baking tins (2 x large Victoria sponge tins or a 12 bun tin with 1cm of oil. Swirl the tin to line some of the sides.
    2. Pre heat the oven to 200C and put the oil filled tins into the oven to heat.
    3. Beat the eggs and use enough to fill a cup, fill the same size cup with plain flour.
    4. Fill half a cup with milk and half with water.
    5. Pour all 3 cups in a mixing bowl, add a tsp of bicarbonate of soda and a pinch of salt. Whisk the mix until light and fluffy.
    6. Make sure the oil in the oven is spitting and very hot, quickly pour in the batter mix to half the tin height.
    7. Place back in the oven and cook for 12 minutes.
    8. Once the Yorkshires have risen remove them ready to serve.

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hobnobss
31st May, 2016
perfect,light and fluffy :)
sootymin
22nd May, 2016
0.05
Should have stuck with my fool proof recipe I've been using for years. These Yorkshire puddings were terrible, didn't rise and were very stodgy!
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