Recipe by AvelaineS
"This is my take on a favorite pub appetizer: mini Yorkshire puddings stuffed with roast beef and horseradish. They are delicious served hot with au jus. Or leave them unstuffed and serve as traditional Yorkshire pudding."
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cooked roast beef, thinly sliced (may use leftovers or from deli)
canned au jus gravy, heated
These tasted GREAT and everyone loved them! The only thing i have to say - BE CAREFUL! The oil overflowed into the oven, so we pulled them out a few min early, which was fine for the yorkies, but the next time i turned on the oven, the entire inside went up in flames.... So I definitely would like to recommend this recipe, just maybe use a little less oil....
I strongly recommend finding a yorkshire pud recipe that uses less eggs, and lets the batter rest long enough for the flour to blend better with the liquids. Way too eggy
This was great! I used leftover pot roast and it worked wonderfully. It did take significantly longer than 12 minutes to brown, though, and I agree with the other reviewer about using a little less oil. Aside from that, four thumbs up -- my husband and I both enjoyed our meal.
This was a great recipe! I followed the other reviews and only used 1/2tbsp of oil in each cup. The oil didn't overflow this way. It was very yummy!
pretty decent recipe, I used the 1/2 tbsp as well and got 3 rounds with out adding any more oil. I didn't have any roast beef so I just baked a steak in some spices and red wine and then cut it into small pieces and added a bit of horse radish cream and others I added some grainy mustard. Both were delious.
I was looking for a way to eat up some of our leftover Christmas prime rib and this recipe was PERFECT!!! I made 6 since I wasn't sure my little ones would like them but they did too! My only pointer would be to put the muffin tin on top of a jellyroll pan because some of the oil spilled over. Thank you for sharing this recipe! Will make again and again!
When I first took these out of the oven they smelled kind of eggy and I wasn't too sure about the texture but.........Wow!! I have never had Yorkshire pudding before so I can't compare but they are so good! They almost end up like a dumpling, it was amazing that something so good could come from so few ingredients!!
My husband and I love this dish. Thanks to the suggestions of the other reviews, I used half the amount of oil. So far, I've used leftover beef roast and pork roast as filler -- it's worth the smoky oven for the results.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Stuffed Baby Yorkies
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 150
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