If you haven’t had Yorkshire pudding before, it’s a tasty, easy-to-make dish that’s referred to as a pudding in the U.K., but is most similar to a bread-pastry hybrid. These delicious pastries are an absolute must any time you have a good roast going, and in fact, were traditionally made with the drippings from a roast, before the name changed to Yorkshire pudding.
These bites are a perfect accompaniment to a hearty main course, a savory and flaky biscuit that’s a far cry from ordinary dinner rolls. You can serve them topped with gravy and butter and they are perfection! This English recipe is a classic, and once you taste it, you’ll know why! One tip before you start: keep all the ingredients at room temperature, so everything comes together smoothly.
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