Today is apparently Yorkshire Pudding Day and this got me thinking about the various ways to enjoy this special British dish.
Firstly, know that Yorkshire Pudding is not a dessert (although it’s so versatile that with a few additions, it serves perfectly well as the basis for a sweet treat). Made from a simple batter of eggs, flour and milk, it’s baked in the oven and is the classic accompaniment for roast beef.
You can get a feel for recipes on Pinterest:
And although arguably the most popular recipe (over a million views) is this one from Jamie Oliver…
…I like the tips here from The English Kitchen too:
Yorkshire Puddings are a versatile species so once you get the hang of the basic incarnation, you’ll want to expand your taste horizons. I love Toad in the Hole but have never quite mastered making it, while BBC America has further suggestions for ways to enjoy these tasty morsels.
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