forum: Everything else

Subscribe to forums RSS

#1 Sun 10 Mar 13 12:37pm

Oopsididitagain

Member
Member since Sun 10 Mar 13

Can i save Yorkshire pudding?

Hi, due to inattention just now, I have added the 4 tablespoons of oil meant for the tin, to the Yorkshire pudding batter!

I can't get any more eggs today,
What is my chance of a risen Yorker for my mums special tea?!

Shall I add more flour, it's quite runny
Shall I just try it?

Thankyou! think

    Likes (0)

#2 Sun 10 Mar 13 12:56pm

wine~o

Forum champ
Occupation Handyman
From Dorset u.k
Member since Tue 21 Oct 08

Re: Can i save Yorkshire pudding?

OOOOOppppppps....

Sounds like you've no choice but to go for it....and yes, I would whisk in a bit more flour to thicken it up a bit... crossed

    Likes (0)

#3 Sun 10 Mar 13 5:12pm

mummza

Forum super champ
Occupation avoiding housework
From The land of song.
Member since Tue 04 Oct 05

Re: Can i save Yorkshire pudding?

welcome to the forum Oopsididitagain smile

I think I might have just tried cooking one small indervidual yorkshire pudding with a bit of the mixture to start with , it might be ok but a bit heavier than normal.
If it works then carry on ad cook the rest, if it doesnt work well then try adjusting the mix.
My worry about adding more flour is that it will become more cake like than yorkshire pudding like .
But what ever happes I am sure your Mum will love the lunch that you cook for her .

    Likes (0)

#4 Sun 10 Mar 13 8:34pm

wine~o

Forum champ
Occupation Handyman
From Dorset u.k
Member since Tue 21 Oct 08

Re: Can i save Yorkshire pudding?

Oopsididitagain

please do come back and tell us all how well (or badly) it went..

@ Mummza, the reason I suggested more flour, normal YP mix flour eggs and Milk...Milk provides fat...

and with the addition of veggie oil (More fat) a little more flour might work....

and there were no more eggs available....

    Likes (0)

Powered by PunBB