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Old 03-16-2009, 10:07 AM   #1
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Wink YorkShire Pudding

May I know where can I buy ready made Yorkshire pudding for my Prime rib dinner locally (in lower mainland)
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Ready Made?

I can't imagine those tasting any good.

Yorkshire pudding is probably one of the easiest foods to make. All it takes is flour, milk and eggs.
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Old 03-16-2009, 11:05 AM   #3
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Ready Made?

I can't imagine those tasting any good.

Yorkshire pudding is probably one of the easiest foods to make. All it takes is flour, milk and eggs.
and some fat (lard)
to make it tasty

(I saw on ramsay's f word he uses some type of fat)
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i am not a big fan of Yorkshire pudding, but some potatoes would go good with a nice prime rib.
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Ready Made?

I can't imagine those tasting any good.

Yorkshire pudding is probably one of the easiest foods to make. All it takes is flour, milk and eggs.
It would seem that way by the ingredients, but to get it right is actually pretty tough. Often they turn out like hockey pucks instead of nice fluffly yorkshires.

mmmmmm.... yorkshire pudding..... they're so awesome, im hungry now
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It would seem that way by the ingredients, but to get it right is actually pretty tough. Often they turn out like hockey pucks instead of nice fluffly yorkshires.

mmmmmm.... yorkshire pudding..... they're so awesome, im hungry now
It's not tough, I've never messed a batch up even once.
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It's not tough, I've never messed a batch up even once.
couldnt agree more.. just have to make sure your fat is hot when you add your batter. use a measuring cup with a lip spout so you can get it in there quick and back into the oven before the fat cools and you'll be fine

edit: oh and dont use butter for your fat because it burns easily so use oil/some other fat that can withstand the heat
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I luv yorkshire pudding with prime rib.

I thought they'll have it at the Keg when I ordered the Prime rib there. =(
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which restaurants serve them up good??
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i don't think the keg has it... the keg usually jsut serves potatoes and fried onions..

i know griffins does a yorkshire pudding with their Prime Rib dinner...
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It would seem that way by the ingredients, but to get it right is actually pretty tough. Often they turn out like hockey pucks instead of nice fluffly yorkshires.

mmmmmm.... yorkshire pudding..... they're so awesome, im hungry now
Not that hard, just buy a premade dry ingredients in the pack, add as per instructions. Trick is to have the muffin pan stupid hot before you add the batter.
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Mr Ramsey made one on an episode of nightmare kitchens... =) i am sure u can google the receipe !
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how do they taste like anyway?
is it like bread but more buttery? lol..whaaat?
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Like greasy bread. That's probably the best way to describe it.
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