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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    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
    I don't eat meat or chicken so that'd be me haha

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    Oooooooh and killer heals you wouldn't happen to have a nice gravy recipe mine turned out abit thick. Is it served with gravy only?

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    In coles in the section that have imported food, they have a yorkshire pudding mix can't remember the name but its great works everytime just make sure when you do them the oil is bubbling.

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    Oh gosh!! I have eaten 12 yorkshire puddings in one go before, absolutely smothered in gravy. Nothing beats it.
    My nans were the best....but mine are close.

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    Don't put too much batter in, I 3/4 fill mine, and like a PP said, make sure the fat is almost smoking hot! (no hotter than 230C though).
    I use goose fat for mine...makes them taste heavenly. The hole in the middle...well, if you make them right, that just happens on it's own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    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..
    I use a pie dish. As PP said you need to make sure the oil (or chicken fat like I use if I've saved it from a roast) is super hot. Then pour the mixture in about 3/4 full. I actually have a Yorkshire pudding baking dish for four smaller ones. Was stoked when I found it!!

    I am craving nothing but this now!! Gah!!

    Oh and if you wanna try this gravy I use stock (from roast chicken if available) and bring it to the boil then I add a cornflour paste (cornflour mixed with water) to thicken the gravy. Then once I have the consistency I want I add a splash of soy sauce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    I use a pie dish. As PP said you need to make sure the oil (or chicken fat like I use if I've saved it from a roast) is super hot. Then pour the mixture in about 3/4 full. I actually have a Yorkshire pudding baking dish for four smaller ones. Was stoked when I found it!!

    I am craving nothing but this now!! Gah!!

    Oh and if you wanna try this gravy I use stock (from roast chicken if available) and bring it to the book then I add a cornflour paste (cornflour mixed with water) to thicken the gravy. Then once I have the consistency I want I add a splash of soy sauce.
    Haha I'll be keeping an eye out on your food thread then see a pic xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Haha I'll be keeping an eye out on your food thread then see a pic xx
    Haha... Won't be for a whole. I've put myself on a Health kick ... Time to kick the last 8 kg


 

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