My Favourite Yorkshire Pudding Recipe!!! Ingredients at room temperature: 2 cups flour 2 cups milk 6 eggs 1 tsp salt Mix with whisk. It's ok to leave a few lumps. If you're not going to use right away, keep at room temperature. I like the results better if the batter has sat for awhile. Put about 1/2 tsp. oil in muffin cups (bacon fat IS the best!). Heat pans in 400 F oven until very hot. Fill muffin cups about half full of batter and bake approx. 30 mins. never fails.
Gordon Ramsay's Yorkshire Pudding - this recipe worked really well for me. It rose like crazy baked in a cast iron skillet. It's a good day when your pudding puffs! (I divide one recipe between two or three 10" skillets.)
One of nature's great wonders, popovers are made with just milk, eggs, and flour. Plus a little butter and sugar, if you're feeling sneaky. Whisk, pour into tins, and bake (no peeking!). A half hour later, you're rewarded with the most incredibly airy and crispy puffs you could ever imagine. Oh, and p.s., no popover tin required.
The day before you are planning to make your Toad In The Hole make your Yorkshire batter in advance, so it has a chance to rest. In a bowl whisk the eggs and milk together, then whisk this into the flour. If you have a few lumps, that's OK as they will break down overnight. Place in the fridge.
Mum always made Yorkshire pudding with roast beef. It's best with Prime Rib and is perfect for soaking up the great Au Jus that the roast renders. Or just pour gravy over them. It's a super easy and delicious British treat!!
Toad in the Hole Recipe | a classic English dish of sausages cooked in a fluffy egg batter known across the pond as Yorkshire pudding. This hearty dish is often topped with gravy, served with a grainy mustard, or simply enjoyed unadorned.