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How to make the perfect Yorkshire puddings.
Lets just, lets just talk about the perfect Yorkshire pudding.
That beautiful little thing that you can putgravy in.
It's great with roast dinners.
You know crispy on the outside, bit chewy down here.
Let's do it.
First up, big bowl.
Whisk And I need four eggs.
I'm using beautiful fresh free range eggs, and we're gonna whiskthose up.
#I'm using a big bowl so we can get some nice air in there.
Then I'm gonna go in with 200 millilitres of whole milk.
200 grams of plain flour.
Now you cansift it.
You know when you sift it just makes itnice and light and no lumps we don't want lumps in there.
So just whisk up your batter.
As you cansee now it's nicely whipped up I'm just gonna add a little pinch of salt and nothing else.
That's basically it.
Now we want it tojust coat the back of a spoon.
Should just stick nice to it.
That's the batter made.
What I do want to do is get it from a bowl which is perfect for making it, into ajug because that's perfect for pouring it quickly.
Because that is another important partI'll talk about in a minute.
We are using a sunflower oil.
You can use the groundoil or a Sunseed oil.
Absolutely these are oils that can handle high heat.
We want one centimeter in each mould.
So I'm going to fill out these three and what I like to do is then just gently, but evenly pour the oil all the way along and by the time you hit the bottom youhave absolutely perfect exact measurement across every single one.
And I know what you're thinking, I invented it, or at least I think I did.
Now we are gonna pre-heat our oven to190 degrees Celsius I've got one in there already, okay.
It's been there for about 15 minutes.
So my pre-heated oil comes out, this is very hot I'm gonna go in with my batter here I'm gonna use a spoon.
What you don'twant is loads of batter touching the side.
if you have batter in between, what'sgonna happen is that will drag your Yorkshirepudding down, and it will stop it rising as efficiently.
And what's happening nowyou can see the hot oil is starting to cook the batter on the outside, and as we put this in the oven the heat of the oil is gonna push the batter up the side to create thatlift.
We're gonna go straight back into the oven.
I'm gonna close the door and we're gonna leave it.
You want to dedicate the whole oven just to Yorkshire puddings.
They're gonna cook for about 20-25 minutes until golden and crispy, and gorgeous.
You're gonna love it! Come on baby! So for me guys this really is the perfect Yorkshire pudding.
You can go bigger, you can put more batter in.
Then I think it goes too crispy, too dry.
Ilike this kinda size I like the kind ofbalance crispiness around here, and the chewiness from inside.
They're absolutely gorgeous.
I wanna show you guys something even more incredible to go withYorkshire puddings that's not the usual thing.
So I've got some nice smoked salmon.
I'm gonna put it down onto a beautiful border platter.
To compliment that I want a nice simple sauce.
Now you could use sour cream yogurt, or creme fresh.
Just beat it up and I'm gonna add just the juice of one lemon.
Here's a fresh horseradish.
So we're gonna peel the horseradish.
A little grating over the salmon, just like snow.
What I like about this is it's contrast.
fire and lightness.
Mix it up.
just gonna take some of this dill, and from a height just pick it and then freshly cooked hot Yorkshire puddings, loading it withthat hot sour cream and horseradish sauce.
A nice bit of smoked salmon.
And then just find a nice little quiet moment, for you and that beautiful combination, and just tuck in.
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