Autumn is officially here and that means its about to get very cosy and whole lot more food focused by all for the rest of the year, and the roast season is back in FULL force! yesyesyes, who’s excited? Hands up! and with being abit of a home-body I just love cooking and all things homey!
I’ll make a good wife someday hahaha
One of my favourite things on a roast dinner is a good old Yorkshire pudding and learning how to make my own, after a few very poor attempts at first haha is something I’m really glad did 🙂
its so easy peasy! not as pretty, but much tastier!
YOU WILL NEED:
sidenote – As the bad ‘blogger’ in me (#laziness), I don’t own any scales and very rarely measure any ingredients I use, I just sort of chuck it in, throw it all together and hope for the best haha. This way of making them may also be very incorrect but its what works for me atm haha 🙂
1. Put your oven on at 180degrees. Once warmed up add a drizzle of oil into the bottom of your muffin tin segments and place in oven to warm.
2. Whilst waiting put your plain flour, milk and egg into a mixing bowl and mix together into a batter. You don’t want a very watery consistency so add more flour if needed.
3. Once mixed, ADD butter and mix some more until your left with a smooth consistency
4. Take your muffin tin out of the oven here (be careful it’ll be very hot and the oil will be more liquidy (is that even a word?ha) and pour your batter into each segment, filling only half way.
5. Place back into the oven and bake for around 25-30mins.
Do not open the oven door during this time, it spoils the rising of the puds.
Wah-La! its that simple and hardly anything to it! 🙂
What’s your favourite food item from a roast? Its so hard to pick isn’t it?!
What about your least favourite, mines Brussels for sure! Blergh! I can’t be the only one right? 🙂