Yorkshire puddingYorkshire pudding
is not the kind of pudding we imagine. It is more like a kind of bread and tastes like soft bread with slightly salty taste and coffee cup shape. The middle is depressed and foamed, the peripheral is crispy. Yorkshire pudding
is easy to absorb the gravy. Eaten with roast beef and beef gravy, taste delicious. Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding has even been called Britain's national dish.http://220.127.116.11/201208/13/82/10209755816992481210.jpghttp://www.your-recipes-online.com/images/Yorksh6.jpgYorkshire Pudding Recipe
1 cup plain flour
2 eggs, lightly beaten
1 cup milk
2 tablespoons beef dripping or 30g lard or cooking oil
1/2 teaspoon salt
Step one (preparation):
Sift flour into a bowl and make a well in the middle, add eggs & salt & mix.
Gradually add the milk, stirring until all ingredients are mixed in. The batter should have the consistency of single milk.
Cover & refrigerate for two hours to allow the batter to rest.
Step two (cooking):
Preheat oven to 220C (430F or Gas Mark 7)
Add the fat to the cooking tin (you can make one large Yorkshire pudding or several smaller ones using muffin tins), place the tin in the oven.
Remove from oven & add a small amount of batter to the muffin tins (or a larger amount if making one large Yorkshire pudding. The fat should be sizzling hot before you add the batter.
Place back in oven & cook for 20 minutes or until the Yorkshire pudding is golden brown.
Serve immediately. http://www.your-recipes-online.com/YorkshirePuddingRecipe.htm