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Yorkshire Pudding Recipe - How To Make Perfect Yorkshire Puddings
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Old 12-17-2011, 02:36 AM
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Hi Bob

I certainly will give them a try sounds yummy.

Yorkshire puddings are a traditional side dish with roast beef over here. Sometimes a larger one is cooked with sausages inside and called Toad in the Hole. Thanks for all the info.
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Annie and Al, thanks for sharing your Yorkshire Pudding knowledge with me and the Forum. I compared the YP recipe Al provided to the Popover recipe I provided and guess what - they are virtually identical! They both specify the exact same quantities of the three primary ingredients, flour, eggs, and milk and differ only in minor amounts of salt and the types of fat used.

It appears to me that the biggest difference is how they are served and what is put on them at table. If I cook Popovers and someone ladles gravy on it, then it becomes a Yorkshire Pudding. If you make a Yorkshire Pudding and I slather it with butter, it's instantly converted into a Popover! It's Alchemy!

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