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Very quick Yorkshire pudding question...

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NorktasticNinja Tue 20-Oct-09 16:43:46

How long and what temp for individual Yorkshires?

No idea how I can have forgotten, but I have hmm

GrimmaTheNome Tue 20-Oct-09 16:46:09

220 C for 15-20 mins

NorktasticNinja Tue 20-Oct-09 16:46:38

Indeed! Thanks blush

Northernlurker Tue 20-Oct-09 16:52:27

Make sure the fat is really, really hot beforehand!

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southeastastra Tue 20-Oct-09 16:56:34

use two eggs

southeastastra Tue 20-Oct-09 16:56:46

grin

GrimmaTheNome Tue 20-Oct-09 16:57:51

Mine always seem fine with one... ok, for two eggs how much flour and liquid?

Northernlurker Tue 20-Oct-09 17:04:41

I actually use 4 eggs for 24 individual - sometimes 5. No idea how much flour and liquid - I just mix it till it's the consistency of double cream. I also cook mine in lard - much, much better than oil.

LowLevelWhingeing Tue 20-Oct-09 17:06:19

So, how many eggs is it?

grin

NorktasticNinja Tue 20-Oct-09 17:25:01

Ah, only just seen all this! They are in the oven now, 2 eggs and goosed fat...

I suspect I may have over-filled the pans though. We'll see.

NorktasticNinja Tue 20-Oct-09 17:26:43

goosed? No! Thankfully just goose grin

GrimmaTheNome Tue 20-Oct-09 17:27:35

My one egg is just for a dozen. 2oz flour, 1/4 pt skimmed milk. Dripping from previous beef joint is best fat as it tastes good, can stand the temperature and costs nowt grin

NorktasticNinja Tue 20-Oct-09 17:34:48

Goose fat is from tins of confit de canard so also free. Although I've no idea why they put duck in goose fat.

meltedmarsbars Tue 20-Oct-09 17:38:41

So are these french yorkshire puds? hmm

NorktasticNinja Tue 20-Oct-09 19:00:18

Strictly speaking they are Dutch Yorkshire puds, cooked in French fat.

TspookyChasm Tue 20-Oct-09 19:02:36

Very quick answer for you...Aunt Bessie
<blush..I'll get me coat>

NorktasticNinja Tue 20-Oct-09 19:06:46

They don't do those over here not that I'd buy them --if they did smile

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