Traditional Yorkshire pudding to serve with roast beef, batter of flour, salt, eggs, butter, milk, cooked in pan with roast drippings.
The texture of a Yorkshire pudding is nothing like a pudding in the modern sense of the word.
Not a custard, Yorkshire pudding is more like a cross between a soufflé and a cheese puff (without the cheese).
The batter is like a very thin pancake batter, which you pour into a hot casserole dish over drippings from roast beef or prime rib.
It then puffs up like a chef’s hat, only to collapse soon after you remove it from the oven.
Given that it’s loaded with beef drippings (read fat) or butter, or both, Yorkshire pudding is probably not the thing you want to eat regularly if you are watching your waistline.
But for a once a year indulgence, served alongside a beef roast?
Yorkshire pudding is traditionally made in one pan (even more traditionally in the pan catching the drippings from the roast above). You can also make a popover version with the same batter and drippings in a muffin tin or popover pan.
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