I haven't had Toad-In-The-Hole since I left my parents house 30 years ago. This was not only super tasty comfort food, it brought back many lovely memories. I served this with mashed potatoes, peas and leftover roast beef gravy to which I added caramelized onions. I made the full recipe for 2 of us and after dinner removed the sausages intending to toss the yorkshire pud leftovers. I got up to sneak a piece a few times - right up to the time there was no leftovers at all. :) Thank you for sharing this one!
My husband, company and I loved this. I did double the amounts. :)
This is such a wonderfully delicious meal. Comfort food at its best. I have heard of "Yorkshire Pudding" but always thought it was just that, pudding. So I learned something and found a great recipe. I used 1 egg, 10 oz. milk and about 3/4 cup flour. Served with Onion Gravy. Next time I'll include the mashed potatoes. Thanks!
I'm only giving this four stars because the pan recommended (roasting) was way too huge and after checking on it at 25 mins half was burnt due to it being so thin. Next time I will make it in a regular sized pan and hopefully it will turn out better. I served this with mashed potatoes and onion gravy as recommended and that really made it great!
I saved this a while back so I wouldn't forget to make it when I finally had some good sausages. It is really worth the wait! Made this with mashed potatoes, and from-scratch onion gravy posted by Miller Time (also wonderful). Surprisingly enough, my picky children are loving the Yorkshire pudding most of all, so I will definitely be making this one again. I knew French Tart wouldn't steer me wrong! I love your recipes! Thanks so much for sharing.
Easy and fun to make. Served with mashed potatoes, gravy and a vegetable, this made a very filling dinner. Thanks for sharing!
This was so yummy and turned out just like the photos! We slathered it w/ onion gravy and had a side of mixed vegs. Will definately make again, thanks FT!
Easy, tasty, with clear instructions. This went over very well with everyone. I used semi-skimmed milk with no problem. I served this with some Onion Gravy, steamed peas, and mashed potatoes.
The last time I had yorkshire pudding was 35 to 40 years ago and it was with a rare roast beef cooked by my late DDad. This was so easy to put together and we thoroughly enjoyed the dish. I used 6 thick sausages weighing just over 1lb 20z and it was enough for the 4 of us and they took an extra 5 minutes to cook. Thank you French Tart for a recipe that the DH said he would like again especially if we could get sate sausages like we got at Tuross 21 years ago. Made for Edition 3 - Make My Recipe - a game of tag.
I made this tonight and we had some guests over. We all loved it! I took the advice of another poster who said to put the batter in the fridge for a while first. I'm not sure how much of a difference it made, it seemed to rise just as much as my Yorkshire Puddings usually do, but it tasted excellent.