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~ You didn't tell us how high a heat, you just said really hot, please define "Really Hot", thanks.
Can't have a roast dinner without some yorksire puddings 😉
She's horrendous at this!Too much oil, those puddings are drowning into oil!
They do look good.
One can tell, that you lots are no real cooks! You don't say we put it in a "really" hot oven… you must say what t e m p e r a t u r r r r e e e e !!
I always thought the best oil to use was the rendered fat from the roast beef.
Well actually…..sunflowers are vegetables.
Beef drippings, or tallow lard…. Sheesh
I want to splash in your hole ( . Y . ) (()) 8======D
If I had a kitchen that white I could keep it clean easier.
I didn't know what kind of flower to use so I used roses and some Dust and they tasted like crap.
this girl have bathingsuit photos?
Fantastic. Thanks for posting. I will try this weekend
Best tip I can add to this – half a teaspoon of mustard powder in with the flour. Gives nice colour and an extra savoury flavour to the finished product.
210 and 200 degrees celsius are contovertial because of the time of cooking and how it affects the final result. not to mention longer cooking times when using a lower temperature.however, using 20 minutes as a benchmark for a comparison, and in a fan oven btw, ive had better results for raising the pudding at 200 celsius and cooking for another 5 minutes.(no peeking)Both temps still give good results depending on preference. leaving them to stand(outside of the tin) for a time will allow the batter to expand internally, making the texture more like a bread loaf, rather that greasy and doughy.mmmmm💟💟💟
Thank you, I will try tomorrow for the Easter lunch
healthy as a heart attack..
He doesn't say the amounts
as a Yorkshire man you most definitely should use beef dripping, and yes oil is not good for you either.
after watching jamie oliver pour oil in the pan, nothing compares LOL
where's the salt!
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