MAKE YORKSHIRE PUDDINGS AT HOME
Have you ever wanted to learn how to make Yorkshire puddings at home? What is your favourite part of a Sunday roast? For us, it has to be the Yorkshire puddings. A signature part of all our roast lunches here at True Pub Co.
Sundays in the pub are one of our favourite days of the week, and we miss seeing all of your lovely faces around the pub as you tuck into your roast with family and friends. Luckily for you, our chef may be at home, but they are still cooking up a storm!
You may not be able to come to the pub for your roast, so we will bring the best part of the roast to you!
Our area chef, Mike, will be sharing some isolation recipe ideas with us over the coming weeks. We thought that Yorkshire puddings would be the perfect place to start!
Check out the recipe and method below! It’s super easy and super tasty!
(This should make approx. 6 large Yorkshire puddings)
- 1 cup of plain flour.
- semi-skimmed milk 1 cup
- Six whole eggs
- Olive Oil
- A Pinch of Salt
- A few sprigs of fresh rosemary (optional)
Pre-heat your oven to 180 degrees. Add the beaten eggs, flour, and semi-skimmed milk into a large bowl and whisk thoroughly by hand until smooth. Pass the mix through a sieve to get an even smoother mix. Add a pinch of salt and some chopped fresh rosemary (an optional ingredient to help elevate this classic) and lightly whisk through the mix. Using a muffin tray or a Yorkshire pudding tray (which we would recommend, if you like large Yorkshire puddings like we do), fill each tray with a generous amount of olive oil. Put the tray into the oven and gently heat the oil. Once the oil is simmering, pour in equal amounts of the batter. Bake for 20 minutes. Watch as your creations rise, then serve with your roast lunch.
If you would like to follow along with Mike as he makes his Yorkshire puddings at home, you can catch him on our IG TV on Instagram.
We hope you enjoy making this recipe. We’d love to see some of your creations, so please share them with us on social media with the hashtag # MikesIsolationRecipes.