A British classic… Yorkshire pudding!Thursday July 9th, 2009
I have tried one of the most difficult dishes of English cuisine: Yorkshire pudding. It is traditionally served with a Sunday roast. It seems easy to do (only 3 ingredients) but it is very difficult to make them rise. I will give you the secret!!!
Ingredients (serves 2)
- 2 eggs
- 60 g flour<
- 120 mL milk
How to proceed
Mix the eggs, one by one, with the flour.
Pour the milk and mix gently. Don’t worry if it’s lumpy. (that’s secret n°1).
Put in the fridge and let the batter rest all night long (secret n°2).
Preheat the oven, 180°C, preferably in non fan -assisted mode. Oil a muffin or, even better if you have one, a proper yorkshire pudding tin. Put it in the oven. The tin must be very hot when you pour the batter in it (and that is secret n°3!!!). After about 15 minutes, give the batter a little whisk, then pour in the tin (half full, not more). Bake for 15 to 20 minutes. So, did they rise??? Let me know 😉