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    Default Best Yorkshire Puddings EVER!!

    Fill one the the cups/tubs to the top with seasoned self rasing flour. Then the other tub/cup to the top with eggs(cracked of course). Then fill the last tub with half milk and half water.
    Sive the flour into a bowl, beat the eggs in another then mix the two together and beat, add the milk and your yorkie batter is ready, the more you beat the fluffier they will be.

    Heat the Baking Tins with the oil in them under the grill till the oil is smoking, pull out and pour your batter in till its filled to the top.

    pop in oven at 180-200, keep an aye on them 15-20 mins later you will have the best yorkies in the world.

    Enjoy
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    that works a treat, little tip use a muffin tin instead then you have a propper yorkshire pudding

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    Quote Originally Posted by dee123 View Post
    that works a treat, little tip use a muffin tin instead then you have a propper yorkshire pudding
    Glad you liked it, one of the best chefs in the country taught me that recipe. Nice how you used deeper tins for bigger yorkies
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    Brian Turner started cup of you missed a dash of vinegar out wiseman. you no were the thanks button is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dee123 View Post
    Brian Turner started cup of you missed a dash of vinegar out wiseman. you no were the thanks button is.
    willie pike recipe, i used to be his commis for 2 years, google him
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    try it wiseman you will suprised
    iv been using this for years missed the post earlier
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiseman View Post
    Fill one the the cups/tubs to the top with seasoned self rasing flour. Then the other tub/cup to the top with eggs(cracked of course). Then fill the last tub with half milk and half water.
    Sive the flour into a bowl, beat the eggs in another then mix the two together and beat, add the milk and your yorkie batter is ready, the more you beat the fluffier they will be.

    Heat the Baking Tins with the oil in them under the grill till the oil is smoking, pull out and pour your batter in till its filled to the top.

    pop in oven at 180-200, keep an aye on them 15-20 mins later you will have the best yorkies in the world.

    Enjoy

    Thank you so much for your recipe....

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    Quote Originally Posted by suji3 View Post
    Thank you so much for your recipe....
    No Problem glad you like it,

    Dont forget to Push THANKS Button

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    Another wise tip for any batter mix is to let it rest for at least twelve hours in the fridge, stir then leave for another two hours to come back to room temp.

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    Thank you so much for the recipes

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    Quote Originally Posted by rooky View Post
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    glad you liked
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    like this bud check the date.


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    proper yorkies, toad in the hole was fantastic to.

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    home cooking you can`t beat it gents

 

 
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