Saturday, February 25, 2012

Yorkshire Pudding with Vanilla Custard

I am still in Carnival / Mardi Gras mood. :)))

I found this amazing Yorkshire pudding recipe on the blog of duende ("Szellem a fazékban") about a week ago (originally the recipe is from Nigella). It was love at first sight as:

1) You don't need a huge amount of oil to fry them.
2) Easy ingredients, easy steps.

Duende made her version with pomegranate syrup, but my version was made with vanilla custard I have already prepared for the pandoro. This recipe is super easy. Thanks again duende for posting it.

INGREDIENTS (6 pcs in a cupcake/muffin pan)

2 eggs
1,5 dl milk
7,5 dkg all-purpose flour
pinch of salt

Whisk eggs, salt and milk together. Pour 1 tablespoon oil in all cupcake/muffin form and put them in the oven. Preheat the oven at 220 degrees (430 Fahrenheit). When the oil is hot add the flour to the milk-egg mixture and pour the dough on the oil (up to 3/4 of the cupcake/muffin form).
Bake them until 20 minutes and ready to eat. Do not open the oven or they will collapse.

It was very interesting to watch how quickly the dough raised. It doubled its size approx. in every 3 mintues.


  1. I have no idea what a Yorkshire Pudding is, but this looks pretty good!! I'll have to try :)

    1. Me neither. I thought it is some sort of custard.