8 Reviews

Easy peasy Yorkshire Pudding recipe, not to mention delicious too! We had roast beef this year for our Christmas Dinner and I was after a Yorkshire Pudding recipe. I knew when I saw this was one of Lennies recipes that it would be a winner. Lovely and crispy round the edges..mmm perfect.

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Evie* December 27, 2002

Another winner from Lennie! This was easy to make and I liked the fact it was just 1 pan instead of filling up muffin tins as i used to do. I baked it while the prime rib rested and I made the gravy. I whisked it up in a bowl and didn't have to haul out my mixmaster and it turned out great. This will certainly replace my more labour intensive old recipe.

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Kate in Ontario January 02, 2003

This is the first time I tried Yorkshire Pudding. I didn't know what to expect. It turned out great. My family loved it. This is a keeper.

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Kimberly Justice March 31, 2004

I searched high and low for my recipe for Yorkshire pudding from my English friends and couldn't find it so I decided to try this. I am now feeling VERY guilty that I couldn't find it because I like this one SO much better! I love the technique of beating the eggs until they are fluffy. I didn't serve this the traditional way. I poured it over piping hot leftovers of Yoopers to die for pot roast and made a "Yorkshire Pie" out of it. Very good eating. Thanks for sharing Lennie!

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Michelle S. November 15, 2003

Very good recipe and easy too. I decided I wanted to have Yorkshire Pudding with Pot Roast instead of Rib Roast, so no beef drippings. I cut the fat cap off the outside edge of the chuck roast and cut it into pieces, put it in the glass pie dish I intended to use, and baked it with the Pot Roast for 4 hours at 200 degrees. I got enough drippings to use for the Yorkshire Pudding and it was yum with the Pot Roast.

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SHARI1 December 03, 2012

Greetings from Portugal. Oh yes this is a definate keeper in my opinion, very very easy to make and Sooooooo good!! It goes good with just about anything and at anytime. Like one of our chefs down below said," its good even with butter and jam", my kids love it that way. Thanks for sharing this receipe

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Mia #3 September 04, 2009

I have this book and it is pretty beat up. My Mom used this recipe and I use it. It is the best. Thanks for posting.

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Chef Bazaz #343028 July 01, 2009

Yorkshire pudding served with gravy and roast beef is one of the highlights of our Sunday menus! One of our guests from Yorkshire, England, told us he had his for breakfast with butter and jam. I haven't tried that, but I bet it's good that way, too. Thanks for the excellent Yorkshire pudding recipe!

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Chris Reynolds January 10, 2009
James Beard's Yorkshire Pudding