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Yorkshire puddings

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Itsthattimeagain Wed 20-Dec-17 17:32:44

How would you pre-make them, and then how would you cook them on the day?

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TroysMammy Wed 20-Dec-17 17:34:47

You'd be better off buying Aunt Bessies Yorkshire puddings. I've never had success making and freezing them in advance.

averylongtimeago Wed 20-Dec-17 17:36:47

Re heated or frozen homemade ones are never as nice. Aunt Betty's are better, but nothing like as good as proper homemade ones fresh from the oven.

NoodieRoodie Wed 20-Dec-17 17:38:14

My mum makes them in advance then puts them in a tray in the freezer, then once frozen into a freezer bag. On the day she just puts them still frozen into a hot oven for 5-10 minutes to crisp up. I've tried it and it works fine

Fluffycloudland77 Wed 20-Dec-17 17:42:51

I do them & reheat all the time. I just make as normal & reheat as needed.

GrooovyLass Wed 20-Dec-17 17:53:43

If you make the batter the day before it'll be fine overnight in the fridge.

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