Yorkshire pudding is a popular British side dish where the puddings are baked from a batter of eggs, milk and flour. This Yorkshire pudding recipe is so easy and fail-proof, producing light, airy, eggy and absolutely delicious puddings.
I have always been curious about Yorkshire pudding, especially after I attempted Dutch Baby Pancake. Many people told me that Yorkshire pudding is similar and perfect as a side dish.
I decided to try this recipe from New York Times, and I am so glad I did. The Yorkshire pudding turned out to be absolutely delightful and fluffy, and I ate them plain even though they are mostly served with beef and gravy in England.
If you are tired of regular dinner rolls, try this Yorkshire pudding recipe and change things up a bit.
They can replace your dinner rolls and you will be happy to eat them all. The middle part of the pudding can be filled with food so you can be versatile when serving. Enjoy!
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