Makes I large, 8 medium or 12 smaller Yorkshire puddings
220°C, Fan 200°C, 425°F, Gas 7
Yorkshire pudding, traditionally served as part of a Sunday roast lunch, is also delicious with jam and custard. You can make individual puddings in muffin or Yorkshire pudding trays, or in a large oven tray, possibly one already in use for cooking the roast. A very hot oven is essential for soft or crispy puddings, which could also be made with a half and half milk and water combination or using self-raising flour. Left over individual puddings freeze well. Yorkshire pudding is also the basis for Toad in the Hole.