I spent the rest of the day working out how to make Yorkshire puddings!
Well it was Sunday, which meant only one thing; Sunday roasts dinners! I’d been making, and failing in a dramatic fashion, to make a huge Yorkshire pudding but I think this is where I were going wrong. These giant pudding’s weren’t cooked in the middle, which I believe was a result of the pudding being so big! So this time I was going to make small puddings instead, maybe this time they’ll cook in the middle….
I followed a recipe a friend had given me which was intended for normal Yorkshire puddings and waited patiently for them to cook.
They came out cooked in the middle and tasted absolutely delicious! Yes, they aren’t the usual looking Yorkshire puddings nor look like Aunt Bessie’s, but they tasted just like normal Yorkshire Puddings and I’m happy! Also, if you make a huge batch of these mini Yorkshire’s, you can keep them in the freezer for up to one month!