Yorkshire Pudding for Two

Yorkshire Pudding for Two
Yorkshire Pudding for Two

A puffy, breadlike side dish, Yorkshire pudding is made by baking an egg-and-milk batter in hot oil or the fat drippings from a beef roast. Yorkshire pudding is a traditional English dish named after a northern county in England. Yorkshire pudding is a traditional savory accompaniment to roast beef, which is served with or before the main course.

Using only a few ingredients, this savory English pudding can be a nice addition to a diner or lunch. Light and fluffy, but still richly flavored, it’s no wonder this recipe has been around for centuries.Serve with warm gravy or with a hearty entrée.

Ingredients

  • 4 eggs (1 cup, 240 mL)
  • Plain Flour (1 cup, 128g flour)
  • Milk (1 cup, 240mL)
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon (15mL) vegetable oil or lard, halved
  • 2, 12 oz ramekins

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 450°F/230°C.
  • Measure 4 eggs in a measuring cup, should be 1 cup (240 mL), but if not, adjust flour and milk to measure the same as the eggs. They should all be measured in equal parts.
Yorkshire Pudding Ingredients
Yorkshire Pudding Ingredients
  • Pour eggs and milk in a bowl and whisk (by hand or with an electric mixer) until well combined and smooth.
Eggs and Mixed until smooth
Eggs and Mixed until smooth
  • Add flour and salt whisk again until no lumps remain and it is creamy and smooth.
flour and salt mixed in until smooth
flour and salt mixed in until smooth
  • Add oil to the bottom of ramekins and place on a baking sheet. Place in the oven until the oil or lard starts to heat up and smoke.
oil to the bottom of ramekins and heat
Add oil to the bottom of ramekins and heat
  • Remove from oven and immediately pour into ramekins and bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown and dry.
Baked Yorkshire Pudding
Baked Yorkshire Pudding