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Chilli Yorkshire Puddings Recipe


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This is a spicy fusion Yorkshire Pudding recipe the flavour of which goes very well with any roast.


Hot   Traditional   Vegetarian   Accompaniment   England    British     Europe

This amount is enough to Make:

1 large (serves 4-6)

8 Individual (serves 4 -8)

12 Popovers (serves 4 -6)



2  Eggs

Approx 180ml/6fl.oz. Milk

100g/4oz Plain Flour

 level teasp Salt

1 Red Chilli, deseeded and very finely chopped

Vegetable Oil



1.  Preheat the oven to 220C, 425F, Gas mark 7. Put enough vegetable oil in a shallow baking tin (approx 20cm x 25cm/ 8x10-inches) or a  4-hole Yorkshire pudding tin or a 12-hole roasting tin  to cover the base to a depth of approx 3mm/1/8 inch and place in the oven to get very hot.



2. Meanwhile, break the eggs into measuring jug, add enough milk to make it up to 300ml/10fl.oz. and whisk together.


3. Add the flour and salt  and whisk until very smooth with no lumps, then stir in the fresh chilli and mix well.


4. Carefully remove the tin(s)  from the oven, making sure the fat is very hot and fill as follows:-


Large Yorkshire  - pour  the batter into the centre of the tin, filling to 2/3rds

4 hole tin              - pour  the batter into the centre of the holes, filling to 2/3rds

Popovers              - pour  the batter into the centre of the holes, filling to half


Return to the hot oven straight away and bake until well risen and golden as follows:-


Large Yorkshire                          - 30-40 minutes

4-hole individual Yorkshires  -  20-25 minutes

Popovers                                      - 15-20 minutes

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Main equipment required to make this Recipe



Mixing bowl

Wooden  spoon, hand or electric whisk

Baking tin

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You can leave the batter to stand for up to 2 hours

Serving Suggestions
Serve hot with your Sunday roast.

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