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Yorkshire pudding in Halagen oven

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Yorkshire pudding in Halagen oven

Post  Bizzy Bee on 18.11.09 13:13

Hi all i have just tried yourkshire pudds, used small caserol dish lid heated fat @ 200 mixed 2 heaped TBLS plain flour 1 egg, pinch salt and a little milk.
when fat was hot poured mix into fat and cooked for 20mins @ 200
rose well i am quite pleased with results

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Post  Admin on 18.11.09 21:04

Oh thank you for that Bizzy Bee.

I hope LINIAN reads this post Very Happy

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you are very welcome

Post  Bizzy Bee on 18.11.09 23:10

glad it was of some use, i tried to post a picture of it but couldn't find how to do it

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Post  LINIAN on 19.11.09 14:46

Thanks a lot Bizzie Bee. Havnt tried yet, but will definitely have a go now.

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Post  Itchybeard on 01.12.09 15:37

Thanks bizzy bee.
I have been waiting for this one glad it was successfull. I will certainly give it a go now.
Cheers. Smile

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Post  LINIAN on 01.12.09 17:23

Hi
Thanks, I did try the yorkshire pud recipe. I did one in a lid as suggested. It was fine but I did turn it over as it seemed to take a while to cook on the bottom. it was, however, very nice. I will certainly do it again.

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Post  Itchybeard on 07.12.09 4:40

Hi
I have tried some yorkie puds and I must admit they came out great but I did have to turn them over to brown them on the bottom.
I have only tried large ones at present in a 7inch non-stick sandwich tin. They have come out very light and crispy.
They can be finniky to cook in conventional ovens so cooking them in the Halogen I think we have a success.

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Post  silversurfer on 09.05.10 12:54

I've just tried yorkshire puddings in a silicon bun tin. I've done two batches and they seemed to take about 45 minutes before they were cooked enough underneath. I had the heat turned to 240 degrees. Haven't eaten any yet as I've done them for guests who are coming later afraid I'm afraid I didn't measure ingredients, just put flour and two eggs in and added milk making sure I beat it well.

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Post  silversurfer on 10.05.10 10:34

Just to add to my post of yesterday, the yorkies were really nice and light. I was a little unsure of them but they were fine. I didn't have enough courage to put the leg of lamb in there though!

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Post  junie on 10.05.10 10:56

silversurfer wrote: I didn't have enough courage to put the leg of lamb in there though!

I think that the more we use our ovens the more confidence we get.

I must try these puddings as I love home made ones (have just finished my supply of frozen ones Very Happy )

Thanks for sharing your success with us. free-happy-smileys-9

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Post  Itchybeard on 10.05.10 11:01

silversurfer wrote:Just to add to my post of yesterday, the yorkies were really nice and light. I was a little unsure of them but they were fine. I didn't have enough courage to put the leg of lamb in there though!

Hi Silversurfer Well Done Smile I thought they would come out OK I went through the same process myself. It's great when a plan comes together...
Not sure whether I would do the lamb or not Wink but I'm sure someone will have a go. It would be interesting to find out.

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Post  Jose1 on 04.01.11 17:52

Only one egg needed and use self raising flour and pinch baking powder and half water half milk no need to turn over if you do in silicone muffin tin with little very hot fat in botom same as you do in oven i made some yesterday never had such big light and fluffy ones. and taste was gorge will never go back to using my oven.. hope it helps everyone x Jose

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Post  Bizzy Bee on 04.01.11 22:25

Jose Leg of lamb is grest done in halogen, stays nice and moist even when cold try it, we don't like cold lamb but when cooked in halogen it's great. Try it Barbara

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Post  Jose1 on 11.01.11 13:48

Thanks Busy Bee will try that one babes .. Have you tried the yorkies yet? love Jose

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Post  Bizzy Bee on 11.01.11 18:59

Yes i have it was one of the first things i tried,Luv barbara

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Post  lavlark on 17.01.11 22:43

Oh thanks for that info.

I have just posted a query regarding using casserole dishes etc, and your post goes some way to answering.

Regards Val

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Post  judith painter on 21.04.11 9:39

not tried yorkshires in halagen yet but my recipe is an AWT one which is equal amounts of plain flour,eggs milk and water half and half and a spoonful of vinegar,they rise fantasticly,will try in halagen

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Post  cooka on 22.04.11 3:31

Hi Bizzy Bee
Will definitely try these. One question .. which rack did you use? I always seem to get stuck on this point.
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Post  junie on 22.04.11 12:27

Hi Cooka

Top rack with the extension ring is best if you have one.

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Post  chalmers on 19.09.11 17:33

Have tried this yorkshire pudding recipe and it always comes out like a pancake. Have I got the temp too high or low? Any ideas cause I love yorkshire puddings!!!

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Post  Admin on 20.09.11 16:58

Hi chalmers,

yorkshire pudding is a tricky one. You get different results from different ovens.


Try this: preheat your HO including the dish you are using to make the YP - 250ยบ , cook on top rack with extender ring until golden brown.

Good Luck



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Post  lazbee on 06.02.12 7:34

I tried this but the bottoms were soggy and the tops burnt, I got hold of a thick round steel plate and put this on the rack with the tins on top and preheated the lot to 220C, Then poured the mix into the tins and cooked normally.

This will work with cakes too as it adds heat to the bottom at the start of cooking and no one likes a soggy bottom Wink.

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Post  junie on 06.02.12 14:29

thank you lazbee

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Post  hongkongex on 22.02.12 11:29

thank you everyone....you've answered 3 of my questions eg york pudd in a large dish, in bun tin and using silicon....woo hoo, I'm off to make my yorkies.... coolsmiley

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Post  soxer on 29.04.12 9:36

I have yet to try doing Yorkshire pud but I do think many of the same rules apply as they do with conventional cooking and it is less about recipe and more these rules. Hot oven, hot dish to pout the batter in to and don't take the top off until it is cooked and risen. So pre heat, pre heat pre heat and you should succeed. \will left you know how \i get on with my first attempt. KP

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