Giant Yorkshire pudding

Sunday- the day for leisure and roast dinners’

When I made Toad in the hole for dinner it went down very well with everyone. So I got thinking and thought what else could I make. It’s Sunday and it was time prepare our roast dinner. This is when I thought about a giant Yorkshire pudding.

Simple, easy, quick, different and delicious. What more could you want?

The Yorkshire pudding batter

• 75grams of flour • 100ml semi-skimmed milk • 2 eggs • jug| mixing bowl • sandwich tin x2

Your added extras

• favourite meat • unlimited vegetables. • potatoes • gravy •stuffing (optional)

The making of the masterpiece

Preheat your oven to 200 degrees, in 2 sandwich tins grease the inside (I use baking paper for mine) and start the Yorkshire pudding mix.

In a bowl add your flour and eggs, slowly adding in the milk. Stirring until you have created a batter mix. Leaving this to the side once done

The next part is all on you. Cook your meat and vegetables to your liking

When you are ready pour your mixture into the sandwich tin and place in the oven for 20-30 minutes or until the pudding is golden brown.

Fill with your choice of meat, vegetables and added extras and enjoy.

Check out our Toad in the hole. Another simple dinner idea