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Yorkshire pud recioes please

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hulahoopsilove Sun 17-Aug-14 08:52:45

What's the best and simplist you use please

LakeFlyPie Sun 17-Aug-14 08:56:49

This one Is my favourite, makes huge light puddings every time.

insancerre Sun 17-Aug-14 08:57:23

About 4 heaped tablespoons of plain flour in a bowl
Put in 2 eggs
And a bit of milk
Add a sprinkle of salt
And beat with a fork till you have a batter
Chill in the fridge rill needed
Preheat the oiled tin till smoking and cook in a hot oven for 10i mins

insancerre Sun 17-Aug-14 08:58:07

Sorry should say 20 mons

ClaimedByMe Sun 17-Aug-14 09:00:39

Equal quantities of egg,plain flour and milk, I usually find 3 eggs is enough for a 12 bun tray, whisk them together add a bit of salt and pepper heat tray in oven until oil is smoking, I use beef dripping or veg oil, they take about 20 mins

hulahoopsilove Sun 17-Aug-14 09:02:43

3 eggs sounds a lot???

MrsPnut Sun 17-Aug-14 09:07:54

I mix 3 eggs with half a pint of milk and add enough plain flour to make the batter the consistency of double cream. Heat oil in a muffin tin until really hot and add batter, cook for about 20 minutes at a high heat.

fourthandfinal Sun 17-Aug-14 09:19:01

Nigella's. Where she puts flour in last. They ALWAYS rise!

Bunbaker Sun 17-Aug-14 09:21:17

Jamie Oliver does the equal quantities by volume and it always, always works. I generally use two eggs as there are only three os us. Also use half milk and half water.

mrspremise Sun 17-Aug-14 10:03:03

100g plain flour, 1/4 pint skimmed milk or milk-and-water and 1 egg. Beat egg and milk together with a pinch of salt, then beat in the flour. Leave to rest for about 10 minutes or so while you heat a little beef dripping in the trays ; oven to 220c. Pour in the batter and cook for 12 minute. Lush.

hulahoopsilove Sun 17-Aug-14 10:58:37

Only three of us so will give the last one ago thanks everyone

sashh Mon 18-Aug-14 16:20:10

Put a tin in the oven, you need animal fat (lard or dripping) and the oven to be on as high as possible

Put some milk in a bowl, add an egg or two.


Add some flour and whisk

keep adding flour and whisking until it is the consistency of double cream

pour in to tin

shut the oven door and leave for 20 mins.

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