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Yorkshire Pudding II

Rated as 4.5 out of 5 Stars

"Flour, salt, milk and eggs, along with roast beef pan drippings, make this classic Yorkshire pudding to serve with roast beef."
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Ingredients

45 m servings 124
Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

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  1. To Make Pudding Batter: In a large bowl combine the flour, salt, milk and eggs. Mix all together with a hand beater just until smooth.
  2. Prepare Yorkshire pudding 30 minutes before roast is done. Remove roast from oven and spoon drippings into a 9x9 inch pan, to measure 1/2 cup. Increase oven temperature to 425 degrees F (220 degrees C). Return roast to oven. Pour pudding batter into pan with drippings and bake in preheated oven for 10 minutes.
  3. Remove roast from oven; continue baking pudding for another 25 to 30 minutes. Let cool, cut into squares and serve with roast.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 124 calories; 3.2 17.9 5.6 66 234 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

This is the recipe I've been using for thirty two years. The only exception I make is that I will usually use vegetable oil instead of roast drippings: I spray pan with vegetable spray and put ...

Most helpful critical review

This was not the best pudding I've ever tried, I'm not sure why, it just didn't quite taste like the originals.

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This is the recipe I've been using for thirty two years. The only exception I make is that I will usually use vegetable oil instead of roast drippings: I spray pan with vegetable spray and put ...

I have use this same recipe for years. I make it with a 1/2 teaspoon of Criso shortning in each muffin pan hole (makes 9). I also make this in the blender until its light and fluffy. They are m...

These were fantastic!! We used bacon fat instead of oil and the flavour was outstanding!! My husband says these were as good, if not better, dare I say it!! than his grandmother's!! Yeah!!.......

This is the same recipe I've used for years. just a couple of tips -- spray the muffin tins with Pam, and DON'T open the oven.

I love this recipe! I make it to specs, except that I use Crisco instead of beef fat. As a vegetarian, I ate Yorkshire pudding growing up and wasn't willing to let it go. Just preheat the pan...

I see no mention of putting the drippings/oil in the oven to get them very hot before putting the batter in whichever tin you're using.. which should always be done. Also, I cook my roast to co...

Good. For a pancake called Dutch pancakes, use butter, but same batter. When done, serve right away because it collapses. Sprinkle cinnamon, or powdered sugar on it and lemon juice. Or go with s...

This was not the best pudding I've ever tried, I'm not sure why, it just didn't quite taste like the originals.

Great recipe. However, I prefer the muffin tin.