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Reply #15 - Mar 5th, 2021 at 10:48am
 
Gluten free flour!

Woollies has gluten free flour.

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Reply #16 - Mar 5th, 2021 at 11:01am
 
cods wrote on Feb 27th, 2021 at 10:36am:
are you on one of your fantasy trips Jas?
bad batch on the street this week.
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Reply #17 - Mar 5th, 2021 at 1:10pm
 
Jovial Monk wrote on Mar 5th, 2021 at 8:12am:
You could also try adding either corn flour or rye flour to your plain flour to reduce gluten content

Rye has gluten but a different form than the gluten in wheat.



dont muddy the water monk I am already confused...it cant be this hard to make a crispy yorky surely????
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Reply #18 - Mar 5th, 2021 at 2:29pm
 
If you need 250g plain flour use 150g plain flour and 100g corn flour.
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Reply #19 - Mar 5th, 2021 at 5:57pm
 
Jovial Monk wrote on Mar 5th, 2021 at 2:29pm:
If you need 250g plain flour use 150g plain flour and 100g corn flour.




its only a yorky monk....make a batter leave it to rest  whack in hot oven  bobs your uncle...... no way would I use 250g  of flour  its mostly 2 tbls  p/f.. 2 eggs salt and pepper...and milk maybe...milk and water....

I always use the fat from the meat.. I dont like oil..
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Reply #20 - Mar 5th, 2021 at 6:54pm
 
As I said, I do not make yorkshire puddings.
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Reply #21 - Mar 12th, 2021 at 7:05am
 
Here is my Scottish friend's recipe.

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Yorkshire Pudding recipe ( S.W.R.I. recipe)

75g plain flour. pinch of salt. 1 medium size egg.

150mls milk or milk and water mixed.

sift flour and salt into a basin and make a well in centre. Drop in egg and one third of liquid. Beat well together and gradually add rest of liquid. Put aside in cool place for at least 30 minutes

Heat oven to 200c/ 400f / gas mark 6. Heat a little fat until smoking hot in either individual patty tines or small roasting tin. Pour in batter and cook in a hot oven.40 minutes for one pudding. 30 minutes for individual ones.
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Reply #22 - Mar 12th, 2021 at 8:49am
 
Neferti wrote on Mar 12th, 2021 at 7:05am:
Here is my Scottish friend's recipe.

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Yorkshire Pudding recipe ( S.W.R.I. recipe)

75g plain flour. pinch of salt. 1 medium size egg.

150mls milk or milk and water mixed.

sift flour and salt into a basin and make a well in centre. Drop in egg and one third of liquid. Beat well together and gradually add rest of liquid. Put aside in cool place for at least 30 minutes

Heat oven to 200c/ 400f / gas mark 6. Heat a little fat until smoking hot in either individual patty tines or small roasting tin. Pour in batter and cook in a hot oven.40 minutes for one pudding. 30 minutes for individual ones.



thanks nef  will give it a go and let you know    I dont trust my oven so maybe just not hot enough
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Reply #23 - Mar 12th, 2021 at 11:01am
 
According to my Scottish friend, I think the main thing is to make sure that the dish(es) intended to hold the pudding are heated before hand and have some real fat (lard) in each, heated to what is called "smoking point".

Hope they work better now!
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