When we have our traditional Sunday Roast Beef it is always served with Yorkshire Pudding.
You will see the slice of Yorkshire Pudding nestling on the back of the plate with a good lashing of rich brown beef gravy drizzled over it.
The Yorkshire Pudding is a mixture of at least three large free range eggs , plain flour, milk and water and ground black pepper. I whizz all this together in my food processer then pour it into a hot baking dish which has a good chunk of sizzling hot beef dripping lining it.
It is then placed in a hot oven for twenty minutes, then another twenty to twenty five minutes on a medium heat.
Individual Yorkshire Puddings.
Yorkshire is known as 'God's Own County', not without good reason too!
We have had many wonderful holidays in the UK and amongst our favourite places is The North Yorkshire Moors.