Yorkshire Puddings

As an Expat it is often discussed among myself and my British friends the food we miss from  home, this often involves Cadburys Chocolate or Robinsons Squash, but for me, I always buy Bisto Gravy Granules and Sage and Onion Stuffing Mix (I am too lazy to make this myself). Along these lines, something that often comes up is Yorkshire Puddings, however this is not an issue at our house as we have perfected these over the past 5 years so I thought I would share our full proof method with you:


  • 75g of Plain Flour
  • 1 Egg
  • 75ml of Milk
  • 55ml of Water


  1. Preheat your oven to 200C (Fan)
  2. Place your Yorkshire Pudding tray into the oven with a little bit of oil in each cup to heat up (avoids sticking and helps them to cook evenly)
  3. Then sift the flour into a bowl and create a well in the middle
  4. Break the egg into the well and beat into the flour
  5. Gradually add the milk and water and continue to beat until the mixture is smooth
  6. Pour the mixture into the cups of your preheated tray and cook for 20-25 minutes, until well risen and golden

Note: This recipe makes 12 small Yorkshire Puddings

These Yorkshire Puddings come out perfect every time and we are not ashamed to add them to every roast (the meat is not a factor) and sometimes even just with a stew…or on their own as a snack, you know everyday!

Are you an Expat, what do you miss from home?


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