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Savisto Classics: Yorkshire Puddings

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Savisto Classics: Yorkshire Puddings

February 5th, 2017 is National Yorkshire Pudding Day. And, as if that wasn't good enough, it's only gone and fallen on a Sunday -- the day of the Sunday roast! To help you celebrate the day in style we have two classic Yorkshire pudding recipes for you, one regular and one gluten free. 

We'll start with the standard recipe, which will yield eight large and up to 24 small crispy, soft-centred puds for your roast. 

What you need:

200ml milk
140g plain flour
4 eggs

What you need to do:

1. Pour all of the ingredients into a bowl and beat them together until the mixture is lump-free. 

A little tip before you pour your mixture into the tin: pour a little oil into each of the cups and place it into a pre-heated oven for 10-15 minutes. This will help your puddings rise.

2. Pour the batter into the cups. Be careful not to spill any of the batter around the tray when doing this as it might stop them from rising as you'd like.

3. Pop the tray back into the oven for 20-25 minutes at 230°C (210°C for fan ovens). Don’t open the oven when the Yorkshire’s are cooking, though, they’ll go flat! 

4. Remove the puddings from the oven and serve while they’re still hot.


And now the gluten-free recipe.

What you need:

140g gluten-free flour
50g cornflour
3 eggs
175ml sunflower oil 
Pinch of salt
Oil for cooking 

What you need to do: 

1. Pour both flours into a bowl with a pinch of salt. Make a well in the centre and crack in the eggs. Whisk all of the ingredients together until a smooth batter is formed. 

2. Pour a little oil into each of the cups on your backing trays and place it into a pre-heated oven for 10-15 minutes to heat up. This will help your puddings rise.

3. Transfer your batter into a jug and pour it into the tray, being careful not to spill any outside of the cups.

4. Cook for 20-25 minutes. Don’t open the oven when the Yorkshire’s are cooking, they’ll go flat!

5. Remove the puddings from the oven and serve while they’re still hot.


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February 5th, 2017 is National Yorkshire Pudding Day. And, as if that wasn't good enough, it's only gone and fallen on a Sunday -- the day of the Sunday roast! To help you celebrate the day in style we have two classic Yorkshire pudding recipes for you, one regular and one gluten free.