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    Default Yorkshire Pudding

    Can someone please describe to me what they are, how they taste and what the texture should be.

    Ok in short it's all I hear of late and SO I really want to taste them but have no English cooking friends ......so I just made them but feel quite unfulfilled as I don't know what to compare them to or how they should taste. Don't get me wrong they are nice but I don't even know if they are completely wrong or right.

    I did a quick google and mine definitely don't look the part. How do they get them so neat with a hole in the middle?

    Any tips? Tell me about Yorkshire Pudding and Gravy - yummmm!

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    They taste delicious!! They are like a similar recipe to pancake but if cooked properly are light and fluffy in the middle and kind of crunchy on the outside. Honestly I never had hem until I met my ex H .. He was English. Now I cook them myself ... You've totally made me want one now!!

    I've been known to make a giant one and fill it with chicken and homemade gravy OMG to die for

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    lol yummy! im English i make them all the time. they should be nice and crunchy on the outside and really light in the middle. the oil has to be sizzling hot before adding the batter mix, i always serve mine with a very rich English style gravy made with meat juices red wine etc

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    Hmmm ok so I think I did it then and they were yummy!

    So hard craving something you be never tasted before ha!!

    Hey theboys&me and killerheals if you guys and when you guys make them next please send me a pic I must compare. You guys are def not seeing mine from today haha!

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    i made some the other night and actually took a pic to send to my English friend...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillerHeels View Post
    i made some the other night and actually took a pic to send to my English friend...

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    Omg - ok mine we're not the same lol
    Now how did you get them so fat with a hole in the middle? Do you fill the batter to the top of tin? Ohhh yours a beautiful. Wish you were my English friend haha

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    Theboys&me how do you do a big one? Would love to see that! You don't surprise me though the kitchen is your forte..

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    for a big one you just use a big roasting tin with the same mix. you need to get lots of air in the mixture and the tin and oil really hot. il grab my recipe and send it tp you its such an easy one you can't go wrong

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    Love them!! My mate makes them for us when we have dinner there... I could eat a plateful of them wih gravy. Stuff the meat and vege

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    Killerheals yumm thank you. Xxxx


 

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