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The most important bit is to make sure the oil is seriously hot. Pour in the mix to each section and then get them back in the oven at 190/200. DO NOT OPEN THE DOOR! They will be ready in 15 minutes or whenever you see them completely risen and nice and coloured.
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- 3 eggs
- 1 cup oil
- Get three identical glasses(preferably pint glasses)and line them up on your counter.
- Put three mediums eggs in the first. Put flour in the second so that it comes up exactly level with the eggs in the first glass. Put milk in the third so that it is level with the eggs and flour in the others.
- Throw the contents of each glass into a blender.
- This should make 8 Yorkshire puds (maybe with a bit leftover). Make sure your pudding trays are in the oven with a little bit of oil in each section and allow the oil to get very hot.
- Cook for about 15 mins.
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- 1 cup milk
- 1 cup flour
- 2 eggs
- 1. Mix up the ingredients.
- 2. Pour into silicone trays (12 small cakes or 6 muffins).
- 3. Put tray into preheated oven = 180 degrees.
- 4. In 20 minutes should be risen and golden brown.
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- 3 oz plain flour
- 1 egg
- 3 Foz milk
- 2 Foz Water
- Mix egg, water and flour together and pour into flour whilst stirring. Add salt/pepper and leave to stand for 30 mins.
- Place pudding tray with fat in the bottom of each portion into a hot oven (220 degrees).
- When Fat is very hot, pour the pudding mix into each portion. Leave for 30 minutes until puddings rise and brown.
- Do not any under circumstance open the oven door untill they are cooked.