As I mentioned Yorkshire Puddings yesterday, I thought I should talk a bit more about them. They are an English Sunday Roast staple, paired beautifully with beef and gravy. The rising part is a bit of an art form as they are only made out of milk, eggs and flour. Jamie Oliver has a great recipe. The key is to put the fat in the pan and get it super hot before pouring the batter in.
This is what they should look like..
Once you have mastered the Yorkshire Pudding, you can then progress to the 'Toad in the Hole'. This is a big Yorkshire Pudding filled with pork sausages. Again, gravy is a must, I rather like mine with onion gravy.
OK, so I decided to make cheesy Yorkshire Puds to go with some sausages for the children. I must say that this was my first time I had attempted to cook them whilst being in the mile high city.
This was my first attempt......hmm
Then I gave up. Not sure what went wrong but I love the fact that rather than blame my cooking abilities, I can happily blame the altitude. Gotta love that about Colorado!!!