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Yorkshire Pudding (Roast Beef Fat Pastry) – Food Wishes ctm magazine



Learn how to make a classic Yorkshire Pudding recipe! If you’re hoping that Yorkshire pudding is some kind of sweet delicious dessert, you’re going to be a little disappointed. However, if you’re hoping that Yorkshire pudding is a simple, but delicious pastry cooked in rendered beef fat, then you’re going to really enjoy this video! Visit https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2019/09/yorkshire-pudding-dont-call-it-popover.html for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I really hope you enjoy this easy Yorkshire Pudding recipe!

You can also find my content on Allrecipes: http://allrecipes.com/recipes/16791/everyday-cooking/special-collections/web-show-recipes/food-wishes/”

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20 Comments

  • Playbyfire on December 1, 2021

    You're awesome, thanks!

  • Carol Freeman on December 4, 2021

    Love it! Feelings not facts!😂 You've just stolen my ❤️.

  • Steven Johnston on December 6, 2021

    Sieve your flour into the mixture, pre heat the muffin tin before adding the oil and you need approx 1cm of oil

  • Karen Tun Aung on December 9, 2021

    Hiya.. I had to add my opinions as an English cook. Most important.. NEVER use a blender!! I tried it once, and it does something which seems to knock the aeration out if the mixture, and you end up with Yorkshire Pancakes lol ! They will Not rise at all!!
    Also, DO follow this recipe if you love really "puddingy" Yorkshires (like I do) rather than a crispy empty shell of nothingness like you get in a restaurant. These are more like your Grannie's ones that conjure up nostalgic feelings of Sunday roasts in the '70s.
    Not necessary to chill, but a good hour or so to "Rest" seems to give the flour time to expand maybe, and helps with the fluffiness.
    To sum up.. I find I have to chuckle that the best Yorkshires you can hope to find are made by an American chef!! But then, chef John never EVER lets us down, so why am I surprised?
    So, If you want to be the Tiger Woods of your Yorkshire Puds (Couldn't resist) this is THE recipe!!
    Thank you Chef John xxx

  • Ellen Knowles on December 10, 2021

    In all my years, we have never (ever) had leftover Yorkshire puds, but I like the way you think.

  • NefFy on December 13, 2021

    My ex asked for this for Christmas dinner one year and I was thinking it was like a blood pudding lol anyway I made it and it turned out amazing but I can’t remember exactly what I did…
    I do know I use the fat renderings from the roast and also added some beef consommé to that, but I’m not sure I can repeat the recipe well enough to make it as fluffy and perfect as it was then.
    Thanks!

  • NefFy on December 13, 2021

    Ha ha yeah ….you would have to clean a blender if you used it ☝🏻🤓but if you didn’t use the bowl, you wouldn’t have to clean the bowl either! 😜
    I think it’s a BETTER idea to put it in a blender to start with …and then you can just pour it into your muffin tins or whatever😉

  • NefFy on December 13, 2021

    Cooking prime rib is step 1.

  • NefFy on December 13, 2021

    Lots of extra dirty dishes and idle time, man.
    Looks good Could definitely be more efficient. Start the roast when it’s almost done put the muffin tin in the oven to make it super hot take care of the stuff let it rest put the SIMMERING drippings and batter into your muffin pan that’s already heated. Skip the measuring cup and skip the Bowl of cold fat and microwave
    Also add some beef consommé- you’ll love it!

  • NefFy on December 13, 2021

    Ah! Good to know!! Mine collapsed!! 👍🏻

  • Patrica Keckley on December 13, 2021

    I've never made these but they look scrumptious! Was wonder, can you use bacon drippings instead ?

  • barry bolton on December 18, 2021

    Nice attempt, but it isn't British because you didn't use enough beef fat nor did you allow them to brown darker. Moreover, in Britain they NEVER poke holes in the center after baking. Nice try, but your recipe is not authentic.

  • Lisa Thomas on December 20, 2021

    Ok, I made them. It was easy! Thanks for the guidance. You’re very entertaining. Happy life to you.

  • Sara Lynn on December 23, 2021

    Just made these for the first time. Made them using my mini muffin tin, just cut the recipe in have for a great kid friendly version. Turned out perfectly, thank you for teaching me how. ❤️ Happy holidays 🎆

  • Lee Hogg on December 25, 2021

    Love the pub about 'feelings'

  • Yves LaRoux on December 25, 2021

    I wonder if I can use Bacon grease instead of beef drippings…

  • Keith Johnston on December 25, 2021

    “Feelings. Which, apparently these days, is all you need.”
    Click, subbed.

  • Anita Lornie on December 26, 2021

    But how do you juggle cooking the roast and making the Yorkshire pudding so the roast isnt stone cold when you serve?

  • MiamiBeach xxx on December 27, 2021

    This guy talks too much

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