Gluten free Yorkshire puddings

8 Sep

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My family are lovers of Yorkshire puddings! I know, traditionally, Yorkshire puddings should be served with Roast Beef. We have them with ANY roast, and they work with everything! I also am a big fan of Toad in the Hole it’s not something I have made in a long while but it is great comfort food – so I am sure the recipe will be here for you soon, now that Autumn is on its way.

I use soya, or rice milk as I find lactose affects me, and this recipe works well with normal or dairy-free milk.

Ingredients

75g gluten-free flour

25g corn flour

1/2 tsp xanthan gum

1/2 tsp baking powder

1/4 tsp salt

1/4 tsp pepper

3 x eggs (2 x whole eggs + 1 additional egg white)

300ml milk

2tbsp oil + extra for oiling tins

Method

  • Heat oven to 220 degrees.
  • Mix together the plain flour, cornflour, baking powder and xanthan gum
  • Add 2 full eggs, plus one egg white and milk
  • Whisk together, either by hand or an electric blender – this is very important to get lots of air into the mix to ensure your Yorkshire puddings rise.
  • Beat in the 2 tbsp oil
  • Add salt and pepper to taste
  • When the oven is hot, add oil to your muffin tin or loaf/cake tin and place in the oven.
  • Once the oil is hot, beat the mixture again, to beat more air into the mixture.
  • Ladle or pour the mixture into the hot tin – be careful of the hot oil – I use a ladle when making individual ones as it is a bit easier to control and you are less likely to get splashed by the hot oil.
  • Bake in the oven – 40-45mins for a large Yorkshire pudding and 25-30mins for individual ones.

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