Yorkshire Pudding is like a hug, it makes you feel warm and cosy. We like to eat our Yorkshire pudding with either beef or lamb, but I know some people enjoy eating a Yorkshire pud with roast chicken too.
My Grandad used to eat his Yorkshire pudding with gravy before his main meal. I used to save mine for later and would eat it cold with jam spread over, or dare I say it, butter spread all over and sprinkled with lots of sugar. Better still, I used to ask my Nan if she would cook my Yorkshire separately and add some rhubarb to the batter mix, my Yorkshire pud then became Rhubarb Drop!
On the Great British Chefs website you will find the Ultimate Yorkshire Pudding recipe by Michelin star chef Galton Blackiston. His version is made with strong bread flour and he also adds a pinch of ground nutmeg. Next time you are planning a roast, how about trying out his recipe instead of your usual Yorkshire pudding batter and let Great British Chefs know if you cooked it and loved it!
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