08 January 2012

Home made Yorkshire Puddings

I know Yorkshire puddings aren't the most famous addition to an Irish Sunday roast but a four year stint over in the UK as a student has me craving them every now and again now that I'm back home. Not many people realise that they are so easy to make, so here we go!

You will need
  • 4 eggs
  • Milk
  • All purpose flour
  • lard/butter
  • A pinch of salt
Set your oven to its highest temperature. Crack your four eggs into a jug and then measure out the exact same amount of milk to eggs. Place in Blender with your salt and blend until smooth. Leave for 10 minutes. Measure out your flour to the same amount of eggs and milk. Sieve into blender and again blend until smooth. No lumps allowed.

Eggs - Milk - Flour

Eggs, Milk and salt

Sieve in flour

Blend till smooth.

Leave for min 30 minutes somewhere cool but not in the fridge. With the rest of the food cooking the kitchen was roastin so I left mine in the sitting room on the fireplace it was a little chilly in there today!

Place a small cube of lard into your tin and place into your VERY HOT oven. Don't let the lard burn to the tin. After you have let your batter to rest for over 30min mix 2 table spoons of cold water into it and them pour your batter into your tins 1/4 way. You will know your Yorkshires are ready when they have risen and turned a golden brown colour.


We had our yorkshires with carrots, broccoli, green beans, corn on the cob, roast potatoes and roast chicken and a lovely gravy. SO FULL! 



  1. I've just finished my dinner and your post is making me hungry again! I always thought that Yorkshire Puddings were really hard to make, but you made it look really easy. Will totally be giving this a go next Sunday!

  2. Nom Nom they look amazing! Is super lucky my fella gets aunt bessy... If that's what there called Xx


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