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Best Yorkshire Pudding Recipe. A Nutritious Meal with Sausages

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45M
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4

The recipe for nutritious and easy Yorkshire pudding was invented long time ago. People served it before the main meal. As this pudding was rather high in calories, people could eat less meat meat - very good recipes with meat learn more... or porridge. For this reason, it saved many poor people from starvation.

This is one of the classical British dishes. It’s eaten all over the world and there are no negative associations with this meal. Traditionally this pudding is served with roast beef. As a serving suggestion, you can also add previously prepared onion sauce beforehand. This being the case, onion sauce is placed with sausages in the middle of the plate.
Read the recipe for the best Yorkshire pudding you can easily cook at home!

Ingredients for
servings
сals/100 gr
Eggs
2 pcs
70 cals
Milk
1 cup
130 cals
Flour
1 cup
340 cals
Salt
0.5 tsp
Sausages
6 pcs
290 cals
Total calories in the prepared dish
830 cals
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Instructions:
  1. Sift the flour through a sieve into a bowl. Baking tray a hole in the middle of the bowl. Break two eggs into it. Add salt and black ground pepper. Pour milk and 110 ml of water into the bowl.
  2. Mix everything carefully. If the dough is too thick, add more liquid. When it is ready, you may get down to baking any time you want.
  3. For cooking Yorkshire pudding, you’ll need to find several small heat-resistant baking dishes, ideally one for each sausage. Transfer and break the dough into the small, preheated baking dishes.
  4. Cut smoked sausages into pieces and fry them for 2-3 minutes in a preheated pan. Pour the frying fat liquid into the middle of the dough in each baking dish. Bake everything for 10 minutes. Take the baking dishes out of the oven and stuff each dough dish with the fried sausages. Continue baking until there is a crunchy crust on the top.

Serve this delicacy immediately. As an alternative, serve a large Yorkshire pudding instead of small, separate dishes. Bon Appetit!

Author:
Chef Andrew
My name is Andrew. I am the chef of the site "Very Tasty". This is a real creative kitchen!
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