Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Yorkshire Puddings, Merderka Meal 3

I’m planning to cook Tunku’s (Father of Malaysia) favourite dishes in conjunction to this Merderka (Independence) month. The 1st Merderka meal “ Ayam Golek” was dedicated to Rebecca a.k.a Chow and Chatter. The 2nd Merderka meal was Daging Bakar (roast turmeric beef) and Air Asam (red chili and lime dipping sauce).
This is the 3rd Merderka meal, Tunku would eat his roast beef with Yorkshire pudding. I'm new to Yorkshire pudding, and there is no detail of this Yorkshire puddings recipe written in Flavours food magazine, but luckily i found this recipe in xxx (this blog was removed).


Yorkshire Puddings
Recipe was adapted from XXX (this blog was removed) as she followed to Mary Berry's Complete Cookbook. I changed a bit on the method as I just too lazy and simply mix all ingredients together and added little lemon juice, but the result was good, I like the buttery and milky taste.

Yorkshire Puddings
*makes 11-12 pcs

Ingredients
125 g plain flour
2 eggs
250 ml milk
A pinch of salt
1tbsp lemon juice (not in original recipe)

Shortening (i changed to butter)

1. Put all ingredients in a mixing bowl, stir and whisk till a smooth batter.
2. Sift the batter into a clean water jar, cover and stand for at least 30mins.
3. Put some butter into each cup of a 12-hole muffin tin and heat in a preheated oven at 200C for 2mins or until very hot.
4. Remove the tin from the oven. Whisk the batter and pour into the cups in the tin(about 80-90% full)
5. Bake the Yorkshire puddings in the oven for 20 minutes at 200C or until well risen, golden, and crisp.
6. Serve immediately with Daging Bakar / roasted turmeric beef.




Put some butter/shortening into each cup of a 12-hole muffin tin


Sift the batter into a clean water jar


Remove the tin from the oven. Whisk the batter and pour into the cups in the tin(about 80-90% full)

Hot from the overn, well risen, golden, and crisp.But it shrunk once cooled.

 
Yorkshire Puddings

Happy Baking!!

39 comments:

cikmanggis said...

wahh satu lagi resepi dari dapur sonia...pastinya masuk list ni...t.kasih sonia:)

Ellie (Almost Bourdain) said...

They look great! Love your simple version :)

Cooking Gallery said...

These look simple enough to make and they look yummy too...Will try them soon!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Yorkshire puddings are of the most popular dishes in the UK. You can buy them in the shops ready made. I have never been successful in getting them to rise and I gave up making them years ago!! Diane

Pete said...

Looks easy to make but I think would require good skill to make it so nice.....I need to practice....LOL!

Pei-Lin@Dodol and Mochi said...

Haha! Just as I was talking about Yorkshire pudding in my latest post ... here they are! Lovely! Did you serve yours with roast beef and gravy ... just like the Brits?

Wondering if you've realized this ... Perhaps you can consider participating in the Merdeka Open House hosted by Babe_in_the_CityKL:

http://babeinthecitykl.blogspot.com/2010/08/merdeka-open-house-2010-announcing.html

If you're gonna participate, look forward to reading about yours! Take care till then, Sonia! Hope to see you again someday!

Jess @ Bakericious said...

Sonia, I never eat this b4, so suaku :P. You made the yorkshire pudding looks so yummy and seem easy to bake, thanks for sharing :).

lena said...

sonia, thanks for visiting my blog too..it's very new..just started abt a week ago..it's nice of you to bake this pudding and to remember our Tunku.

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Sonia you never fail to amaze me! You are always trying out new recipes and always turn out great! Lovely Yorkshire pudding. ;)

AhTee said...

simple ingredients with a great baked color!

Anncoo said...

Mmm...looks so perfect! Must be very delicious!

Victoria K. said...

These are adorable! I love that they're baked in a muffin tin :)

Min said...

Looks tempting, haven't got the chance to taste this kind of pudding before, you did a great job :)

Padhu said...

I want to grab it from the screen .Looks awesome!!

busygran said...

Very inviting indeed! I would spread some homemade jam and stuff it all into my mouth! Yum!

WyYv said...

Owh, this is so lovely. I m visiting Yorkshire soon. Will try this cute dessert there ;)

the lacquer spoon said...

Love Yorkshire pudding! I've stayed in South Yorkshire for six month and often eaten it at weekend. Still missing the texture and taste :)

Little Corner of Mine said...

Looks really good!!

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

..wow..looks simply gorgeous...very tempting

pigpigscorner said...

We eat this with Sunday roast! I've always wanted to try making this!

Coraine said...

Hello! Nice Yorkshires!!
U know recently, I've baked these Popovers which are similar to Yorkshires.
They are really crispy on the outside, soft and airy inside...
If you like Yorkshire, u will love popovers too!

These are my popovers..
http://life-is-like-a-long-journey.blogspot.com/2010/08/popovers.html

and original recipe is here..
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/good-eats/basic-popover-recipe/index.html

maybe you wanna give it a try? I wanna see your lovely pictures! and verdict for the recipe..

ICook4Fun said...

I can imagine the taste of this dipping in roast beef gravy. I actually never make this before. Maybe should try this out someday when we have roast beef meal.

tigerfish said...

They just popped out so nicely, dear :)

Kitchen Corner said...

Oh.. I didn't know Tunku likes yorkshire pudding. I love it too! Any roasts must compliment with this yorkshire pudding, very the "English". Delicious!

苏联妈妈 said...

Merdeka is just around the corner. i am still looking forward on ur nx nx maybe nx dishs.hehehe
nice pudding & easy to prepare. thanks for sharing .

The Sudden Cook said...

Truly looks like something I would enjoy ...buttery and milky did u say??

3 hungry tummies said...

Now I know what is Tunku's favourite dishes :)
Delicious!

Cheah said...

Sonia, these look delicious! Pandai, pandai!

Angie's Recipes said...

My hubby actually have asked for Yorkshire pudding the other day....they look great!

Elin said...

Sonia...looks yummy :) Thanks for sharing the recipe :)

Barbara said...

We love Yorkshire pudding! My mother used to make it with sausage when I was a kid.

Weng @ I heart My Bakes said...

Hi Sonia, how doess the inner texture taste like? Is it cakey? Havent try them before but I will... soon. Haha.. =)

Shandy said...

Sonia, you are "never" lazy in the kitchen. Your yorkshire pudding looks golden and delicious! Just perfect!

tasteofbeirut said...

Always heard about yorkshire pudding, read about it in English novels like Agatha Christie, but never tried it! Looks so pretty and moist and delicious.

MaryMoh said...

These are very good with roast. I like them.

girlichef said...

Oh, I've always wanted to make Yorkshire puddings...or at least eat them. They look good =)

Mei Teng said...

Have heard of Yorkshire puddings but never tasted them before. Looks yummy :)

Lise said...

WARNING! I just tried this recipe (the puddings are in the oven as we speak) and found that this does NOT make enough to fit in a 12 cup muffin pan. I only was able to fill 7 1/2 (which sucked as I had already melted butter in all).

I highly suggest you DOUBLE THE RECIPE if attempting this with a muffin pan.

Anonymous said...

These look great! It's so nice to see people trying out this quirky but delicious British recipe.

I always find that they are the best if you start off with the fat from the roast beef in the tins instead of butter - mmmm! It needs to be smoking hot by the time you add the batter too.

My mum, who is a born and bred Yorkshire woman, uses Delia Smith's recipe which you can find here http://www.deliaonline.com/recipes/type-of-dish/party-food/accompaniment/yorkshire-pudding.html

A shallow tin is also perfect if you want puffed edges and a hollow in the centre to pour the gravy into, mine is a bit like this http://www.lakeland.co.uk/yorkshire-pudding-tin/F/product/12645?src=gpcoo&sq=yorkshire%20pudding%20tin

Happy baking!

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