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#11 Fri 09 Mar 07 1:22pm

purple-jet-blue

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Re: How do you make Yorkshire Pudding?

i love to make a huge yorkie and put sausges onion and mash in with loads of gravy!!!! yummmmmm big_smile

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#12 Thu 06 Nov 08 3:53am

TimeMist

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Re: How do you make Yorkshire Pudding?

Mine always seem quite thick on the bottom, and I was wondering how full should the tins be (say I'm using muffin tins) 1/2 full nearly full or just a little in the bottom?

I'm doing roast beef tonight so want to get them right wink

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#13 Thu 06 Nov 08 4:02am

shammrok

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Re: How do you make Yorkshire Pudding?

I make mine from Jamie's recipe using about 1/2 inch oil in the bottom and I also used Muffin tins bought specifically for this purpose.

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#14 Thu 06 Nov 08 4:04am

TimeMist

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Re: How do you make Yorkshire Pudding?

But how much *mixture* do you put in each?

Many thanks wink

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#15 Thu 06 Nov 08 4:13am

shammrok

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Re: How do you make Yorkshire Pudding?

I put about  a half  "dollop" of mixture in each one, trying to get them as equal as possible so they cook evenly, and they rise up above the tin smile

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#16 Thu 06 Nov 08 4:16am

TimeMist

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Re: How do you make Yorkshire Pudding?

Thanks they will be cooking in about 30 mins wink  Cheers.

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#17 Thu 06 Nov 08 4:16am

Luvmegrub

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Re: How do you make Yorkshire Pudding?

purple-jet-blue wrote:

i love to make a huge yorkie and put sausges onion and mash in with loads of gravy!!!! yummmmmm big_smile

We call this a Yorkie Porkie Pie  yummy

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#18 Thu 06 Nov 08 5:23am

GeoffP

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Re: How do you make Yorkshire Pudding?

That ain't no Yorkie Porkie Pie - but I suppose you could call Toad-in-the-hole by that name smile

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#19 Thu 06 Nov 08 5:37am

Luvmegrub

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Re: How do you make Yorkshire Pudding?

GeoffP wrote:

That ain't no Yorkie Porkie Pie - but I suppose you could call Toad-in-the-hole by that name smile

Hi Geoff - that's just what my kids call it when we make a massive yorkie and fill it with sausages (not cooked in it), loads of onion gravy, then top it with mashed potato.  I only call it toad in the hole if I do the sausages in the yorkie mix.

Is there such a thing as a Yorkie Porkie Pie that I don't know about?  I'm originally from Middlesbrough but have been out in the colonies a very long time.

Thought only us lot down under were on the forums at this time or day - maybe you are a night owl Geoff - or are you so poor you have to get up before you go to bed (my attempt at Monty Python humour, sorry). smile

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#20 Thu 06 Nov 08 8:07am

madamada

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Re: How do you make Yorkshire Pudding?

In whch book is this Jamie's recipe, please so I can have it in the kitchen without printing it, and mummza I'd like to cook one "a occhio" like you one day how many have you done to have sufficient experience, my reference chef ssys joking you must do a recipe almost 2500 times then you are sure it comes out quite god wink

is this pudding something salted then if you use to side dish to meat, and someone adds rosemary .......... I am a bit confused  shocked

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