Quick and easy, step by steps to creating the best flawless yorkshire puddings.No roast dinner is complete without this easy side dish, a quick simple homemade yorkshire pudding mix is made from flour, eggs and milk with oil and seasoned with salt & pepper mixed into a batter.Cooked until risen high, a nice crispy and golden coloured on the outside, with a cute hole in the middle, perfectly soft and spongy on the inside.Yorkshires are traditionally served in Britain as a sidedish with Roast Beef, but we serve with all our roasts dinners. Of course, you can also serve your yorkshire pudding up with sweet fillings too!Best served fresh but can be made ahead, frozen and reheated.
60ml(¼ cup) Sunflower oilother oil, lard or drippings can be used instead
100grams(¾ cup) Plain flour
100ml(½ cup) Milk
salt and pepper
Preheat oven at 220°C /425 °F /gas mark 7 Sieve 100g flour into a bowl or jug
Add the 2 eggs, 100ml milk, salt and pepper to the bowl.
Whisk until smooth with a hand blender for quickest results.Or hand whisk until smooth.Leave to rest for 10 minutes.
Add 1 tsp of sunflower oil in each section of a cupcake/muffin trayPlace the cupcake tray in the preheated oven for 10 minutes to heat the oil.
After 10 minutes remove the cupcake muffin tray from the oven carefully as the oil will be extremely hot
Pour the batter evenly in each section to just over ½ way, using a spoon to prevent drips. Work as quick as possible.
Place in the centre of the oven for about 15 minutes.
Remove when the yorkshire puddings are golden and crispy. If you remove them too early they will not be crispy enough and shrink!
This Yorkshire pudding mixture will make 12 medium-sized Yorkies in a cupcake tray.If you wanted to make 6 large Yorkshire puddings, use the same batter mix and method, but cook in a deep muffin tray instead.Do not remove the puds from the oven too early be sure they have browned off enough to be crispy on the outside. If taken out too early the beautiful rise will not hold its shape when out of the oven!!Check out our website for freezing and reheating advice & serving suggestions