"A yummy and traditional addition to the Thanksgiving feast. If you intend to make this on Thanksgiving day, the timing has to be juuuuust right. I would suggest preparing the mixture the evening before, and having it ready while the roast beef is cooking." — Mort Tibble
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1 1/2 cups
Perfect side to my holiday prime rib roast. My wife said the neice and nephew wouldn't like the dinner. Boy! Was she mistaken! When it came time for them to leave, the boy said 'be sure to let us take some of that stuff!' meaning the Yorkshire Pudding. (Now I have to say this nephew is 21 and his sister is 17, so I wouldn't call them 'kids.'
This was very good, but I cut back on the amount of liquid and only used milk. This was the first time I made this recipe in a dish rather than a muffin pan. I found that I prefer the individual muffins as they come out so much prettier. A good basic recipe that went nicely with our prime rib. Thank you!
Pretty good. It stuck in a few places. Be sure to swirl hot fat around pan and then pour batter into center of pan. A nice additon to the usual potatoes.
This recipe was simple but did not turn out for me - it was tough and not like yorkshire pudding you can buy in the mix. not a keeper for me.
Served this at a dinner party tonight.....Came out really puffy and nice - Should have served it immediately as it deflated after about 7 minutes. Flavor was very good - could have used a hint more salt...
This is the traditional English version of Yorkshire Pudding that my English grandmother used to make. She never made her Yorkshire pudding in little cups. We always ate this with roast beef and gravy with English roasted potatoes.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 157
** Calories from Fat: 30
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