Easy Yorkshire Puddings for Two

Easy Yorkshire Puddings for Two

Super easy Yorkshire puddings for two

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I have been working on this recipe for a while after searching for a last minute recipe for Yorkshire puddings and not getting very much choice for serving just a couple of people. I have finally cracked it! They are so so easy to make. All of the measurements are done in tablespoons so there’s no need to get the weighing scales out! I was very surprised that they came out perfectly. I thought it would take a few times to find the right recipe and master them.

This recipe serves two (two Yorkshires each) which is perfect for us, but it’s easy to multiply the mix for more people.

Yorkshire puddings are a must for me for a Sunday roast dinner. My dad is really good at making them so I knew I needed to make a good recipe.

If you want an easy dessert for after your roast you could try my microwave sponge pudding, another recipe that reminds me of Sunday’s at home as a child.

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Sieve the flour into a mixing bowl and add the pinch of salt. Mix the egg, water and milk in a jug and add the the flour. Mix well. Leave the mixture to stand for 1 hour.

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Heat the oven to 230ºc. Once hot, add half a teaspoon of fat or oil to each tin and place in the oven until very hot and then add your mixture. Cook in the oven for 15-20 minutes if using small bun tins, or 30-35 minutes if using large tins.

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  • 1hr 25
  • Serves 2
  • Easy
  • 230ºc

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Ingredients

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4 tbsp Plain Flour
Pinch Salt
1 Eggs
4 tbsp Milk
4 tbsp Water
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Hi I would love to make these but can’t see how much to use for the ingredients. I’m probably being thick!! thanks Jacqui

This has been my go to recipe for sooo long! Sometimes will make the mixture hours before I make them, they turn out like boats!

Made these today. The first Yorkshire Puddings that I have made in my 58 years that have been successful. So light. My husband said “best he had ever tasted! ” Praise indeed. Thank you SO much

First time I’ve ever made successful Yorkshire puddings as well and so easy! I did wonder if batter looked a little thin so added more flour and they were still great but will follow your recipe exactly next time. My husband too commented how light they were, praise indeed!

One word Brilliant well done thank you !!! Had no frozen ones in freezer so googled yorkshire puddings and Sweet Pea’s came up me and my misses loved them THANKYOU!!!

Brilliant! They turned out as promised. All the ready made ones had been snaffled so Google came to the rescue. Super easy and won’t be buying ready made again! Thank you

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