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How to make the most perfect Yorkshire puddings

Miele’s easy recipes for traditional Yorkshire puddings and gluten-free Yorkshire Puddings below will guarantee crisp, golden results with a perfect rise.

By LLM Reporters  |  February 7, 2022
Yorkshire puddings

For many in Britain, the humble Yorkshire Pudding is their favourite part of a traditional Sunday roast, and there are apparently over 288k #yorkshirepudding posts on Instagram to prove it.

Miele’s easy recipes for traditional Yorkshire puddings and gluten-free Yorkshire Puddings below will guarantee crisp, golden results with a perfect rise, so you will no longer need to worry about sub-standard Yorkshires with your roast again.

Yorkshire puddings

Yorkshire puddings
Image credit: Miele

Ingredients – makes 12

125g plain flour
¼ tsp salt
3 eggs
150ml milk
Beef dripping or duck fat (Use vegetable oil for a meat free alternative)
1x Yorkshire pudding tray

Method

1. Preheat the oven on a fan setting at 210°C.
2. Mix together the batter for the Yorkshire pudding in a bowl, ensuring it is smooth then transfer to a measuring jug.
3. Put a dessert spoon of the cooking fat into the Yorkshire pudding mould and place in the oven to get very hot.
4. Pour the batter mixture into the tray whilst it is still in the oven. Close the door and set a duration of 25 minutes.
5. Cook the puddings until they are dark golden brown and crisp.
6. Remove from the oven and serve immediately.

Note: for best results, cook in a Miele oven and add one burst of steam using the MoisturePlus setting.

Gluten-free Yorkshire puddings

Gluten-free Yorkshire puddings
Image credit: Miele

Ingredients – makes 12

100g gluten free flour
50g cornflour
120ml milk
3 eggs
Vegetable oil

Method

1. Preheat the oven at 230°C. Drizzle some oil into the Yorkshire pudding baking trays and leave to preheat in the oven.
2. Combine the flours with a large pinch of salt and mix well, then add the milk and the eggs and whisk everything together until there are no lumps. Transfer into a jug and set aside until needed.
3. When ready, carefully open the over door and evenly pour the batter on the trays. Close the oven door and cook for 20 -25 minutes or until puffed and brown.
4. Serve immediately.

Note: for best results, cook in a Miele oven and add one burst of steam using the MoisturePlus setting.