Giant Yorkshire Pudding. Classic Yorkshire pudding is the combination of a few humble ingredients—eggs, milk and flour—bolstered by the savory drippings from a large beef roast The recipe is simple, and relies upon just a few ingredients whisked together in a bowl then baked at a high temperature to achieve puffy, golden-brown perfection (Yorkshire pudding also happens to serve as a perfect accompaniment to said. Try this twist on a Sunday roast, with steak, potatoes, veg and gravy served in a giant Yorkshire pudding. Prep ahead and make Sunday lunch in no time Giant Yorkshire Puddings.
This giant Yorkshire pudding recipe makes the perfect show-stopping vessel for your roast. I make Yorkshire pudding "by eye", so no measuring ingredients. Why should I settle for the little side order Yorkshire's when I could be having my whole meal inside one! You can cook Giant Yorkshire Pudding using 4 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Giant Yorkshire Pudding
- Prepare 200 ml of milk.
- Prepare 150 g of plain flour.
- It's 4 of eggs.
- It's of Sunflower oil.
Sift together the flour and salt in a bowl. In another bowl, beat together the eggs and milk until light and foamy. Just eggs, milk and flour, baked in muffin cups with melted butter -- a dozen easy Yorkshire puddings. Just eggs, milk and flour, baked in muffin cups with melted butter -- a dozen easy Yorkshire puddings.
Giant Yorkshire Pudding instructions
- Pre-heat oven to 230C/fan 210C..
- Pour a cm of sunflower oil into a rectangular deep tin (or a round cast iron pan with depth) and pop in the oven for around 20 mins until the oil is boiling hot..
- Meanwhile, make your batter by adding the flour and eggs to a bowl and beating together until thick and smooth..
- Gradually add the milk a bit at a time (stirring continuously) and at this stage season. The consistency should be that of single cream. leave to one side for 10 mins..
- Remove your tin of oil from the oven and immediately pour in your batter mix..
- Pop in the oven for 25 minutes until golden brown (I have said 15 in the vid as my oven is crazy hot but a normal oven will mean the time is more like 25). Be tempted not to open the door as this will affect the rise of your Yorkshire!.
Just eggs, milk and flour, baked in muffin cups with melted butter -- a dozen easy Yorkshire puddings. Another great recipe from Jamie Oliver. Add eggs to the first glass. Add milk to the second glass; it should come to the height of the eggs in the first glass. Sift together the flour and salt in a bowl.