Yorkshire Pudding

                Yorkshire pudding is a multifaceted dish that can be set out in many ways depending on the ingredients you choose to use. In the Britain, the word pudding means something totally different than in America. Rather than a creamy dessert that we Americans think of as pudding, a pudding can refer to sweet and savory dishes of all different kinds. Yorkshire puddings are almost identical to American popovers, with crispy edges and a creamy center. There is quite a variety of pudding dishes out in the world for everyone to try, even the instant in the box type.  Although, I don’t recommend it. From scratch is so much better tasting.  Even though, Yorkshire Pudding is traditionally an English side dish, this recipe comes straight from a friend in Scotland. She was nice enough to look through her cookbooks and find this recipe for us to share with you. For that we are very thankful. Being able to experience different foods from all over the world, is a lot of the fun; that is cooking!


  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 cup sifted flour
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ¼ cup beef drippings


Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Beat eggs with milk. Sift flour and salt together and stir into egg mixture. Beat batter until well blended. Heat an 11 by 7-inch pan and pour in the ¼ cup beef drippings from the roast. Pour in the pudding mix. Bake 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown. Cut into squares and serve with beef. To make smaller, individual servings, you can pour the batter into cupcake pans.

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  1. Mary says:

    Looks great Kim. Best of luck.

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