Yield: 4 Servings
|100 \N||Grams plain flour|
|250 millilitres||Milk (preferably semi-skimmed)|
|25 \N||Grams lard|
From: Martin@... (Martin Phillips) Date: 4 Apr 1995 05:55:33 -0600 Beat the egg into the flour with a little of the milk until smooth. Stir in the rest of the milk and allow the mix to rest for an hour if possible.
Heat a roasting tin containing the lard in a hot oven (220 C), pour in the batter and cook for about 45 min until well-risen and golden. Serves four.
1. Use a metal tin.
2. If you have problems getting the pudding to rise, add an extra egg or some ground white pepper.
Traditionally, Yorkshire Pudding was cooked underneath a joint of beef so as to catch the cooking juices. It was then eaten as a "starter". Nowadays it is usually eaten as an accompaniment.
Toad in the Hole: Part cook some sausages in the roasting pan before adding the batter. You may need to drain some of the excess fat.
Chop Toad: Replace the sausages with lamb chops REC.FOOD.RECIPES
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