These tasted great-almost as good as the ones made by friend from Yorkshire! Perhaps it's just my oven, but I thought that 450°F was a bit too hot. The puddings rose beautifully, but they started to turn black on top before the initial 15 minutes were up, so after 12 minutes I lowered the temp to 350°F and baked for only 6 or 7 more minutes-if I had left them in any longer they would have been completely burned on top. They were still a little "wet" in the middle. Also, be warned: if your oven is not clean, this much heat will cause a smokey, smelly mess! I had to open the windows and the door to air it out, then just decided to go ahead and run the self-clean cycle since the downstairs already smelled of smoke! Finally, I used the extra drippings to make the gravy to serve with the puds, and it was delicious! The leftovers will be wonderful tomorrow morning with jam!
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These tasted great-almost as good as the ones made by friend from Yorkshire! Perhaps it's just...