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    Yorkshire Pudding question

    Has anyone here posted a recipe for Yorkshire pudding? I have no idea what it is. Is it actually pudding, or something else? If it's good, I'd love to suggest it to my wife.
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    I can not believe you have never had a yorkshire pud! It can be used as a pudding, when eaten with jam or other sweet sauces. I however like it savoury to accompany a roast dinner (on the plate with the roast and veg etc) and covered in gravey or apple sauce

    The recipe is virtually the same as pancake mixture I pre-heat a little butter in a baking tray with 12 individual cake indents. I pour the mixture in to the tray to make 12 yorkshire puddings and pop them into the oven. Alternatively you can buy pre-cooked frozen yorkshire puds to pop into the oven or microwave

    This recipe seems about right:

    http://britishfood.about.com/od/regi.../yorkspuds.htm

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    Hold on, if you've never had yorkshire pudding, does this mean you've never had toad in the hole??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christmas_mama View Post
    Hold on, if you've never had yorkshire pudding, does this mean you've never had toad in the hole??
    Ohhhh, Toad in the hole........love it....
    Merry Christmas to all...




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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell2 View Post
    Ohhhh, Toad in the hole........love it....
    I may have to make this for my dinner now...

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    I make my Yorkshire pudding in a pie plate and then we take servings from that. We don't have frozen ones at the grocery.

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