How to cook Perfect Yorkshire Puddings
Before you get very far into this popular e-book you will be cooking Perfect Yorkshire Puddings. It really is that easy.
Here's a fact for you - Perfect Yorkshire Puddings are not difficult if you follow a few simple cooking tips. If you are like me, once you have the basic technique mastered you will want to do more and there are over 20 Yorkshire pudding recipe variations from Grand Toad in the Hole (see below) to the delicious Yorkshire Apple Pudding with ice cream shown in the illustration on the left.
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The e-book contains detailed preparation and cooking instructions for you to be able to cook Perfect Yorkshire Puddings just like the picture on the right or individual puddings, often called "popovers" in Yorkshire as crisp or as soft as you like.
As well as the traditional recipe there are many other recipes for snacks, starters, main course and puddings based around Yorkshire Puddings with many full colour photographs.
Yorkshire Pudding e-book Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION – THE HISTORY OF YORKSHIRE PUDDINGS (1747 to present day)
2. PERFECT YORKSHIRE PUDDINGS
Making the batter
Cooking the Yorkshire Pudding
2.4 Troubleshooting Hints and Tips
3. YORKSHIRE PUDDING STARTERS
3.1 Savoury Yorkshire Pudding
3.2 Plain Yorkshire Pudding Starter
4. MAIN COURSES WITH YORKSHIRE PUDDING
4.1 Toad in the Hole
4.2 Sausage and Kidney Yorkshire pudding
4.3 Yorkshire Toad
4.5 Yorkshire Pudding with Mince
4.6 Grand Toad in the Hole (see extract below)
4.7 Vegetarian Toad in the Hole
4.8 Derbyshire Toad in the Hole
4.9 Yorkshire Pudding with Braised Vegetables
4.10 Savoury Cheese Yorkshire Pudding
4.11 Chinese Yorkshire Pudding
4.12 Health-conscious Yorkshire Pudding
4.13 Wheat or Gluten Free Yorkshire Pudding
4.14 Egg Free Yorkshire Pudding
5. SAVOURY ACCOMPANIMENTS
5.1 “Proper” Gravy
5.2 Onion Gravy
5.3 Mint Sauce Salad
5.4 Parsley Sauce
5.5 Horseradish Sauce (from the root)
6. SWEET VARIATIONS AND DESSERTS
6.1 Butter Lemon Yorkshire Pudding
6.2 Raspberry Vinegar
6.3 Yorkshire Apple Pudding
6.4 Greek Honey Syrup
6.5 Ginger Honey Syrup
6.6 Yorkshire Pudding with Hot Cherry Sauce
6.7 Yorkshire Pudding with Condensed Milk
6.8 Sticky Syrup Yorkshire Pudding
7. FREEZING AND COOKING FROM FROZEN
8. GAS / FAHRENHEIT / CENTIGRADE / FAN OVEN TEMPERATURE CONVERSION TABLE
9. GLOSSARY - WEIGHTS AND MEASURE
4.6 Grand Toad in the Hole
From an unpublished 18th. Century manuscript comes this grand version of the usual rustic fare.
4 Small filet steaks
4oz / 100gr Plain flour
10oz/300gr/1 cup Milk and water (50/50)
Pinch Salt & pepper
1 oz/25gr Lard (or olive oil)
10oz/300ml/1 cup Thick brown gravy
2 tablespoons Brandy
To make a large pudding halve the fillet steaks or, to make small puddings as in the illustration, divide the steak into the number of bun holes in your tin. Place the pieces of steak on a plate and season with salt and pepper. Pour the brandy over them and leave them to marinade. Make the Yorkshire Pudding as in the method for Perfect Yorkshire Pudding. After the Yorkshire Pudding has been baking for 10 minutes drop the marinated steaks into the part baked batter. Spoon some of the brandy over each steak and replace in the oven for another 15 minutes. Fry the chopped almonds until lightly browned and sprinkle over the puddings before you carry them to table.
Make the gravy and serve separately.
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