Today’s Recipe and Location: Yorkshire Pudding
Found in: The Pioneer Woman Cooks: A Year of Holidays
Pages: 332 - 333 Copyright: 2013 Harper Collins
I figured out that there are 96 calories per serving, if 12 servings are made. (Please note that the calorie counts vary depending on the specific brands of ingredients that you choose to use.)
I always wondered what Yorkshire Pudding tasted like. Of course, I was under the misconception that it was a pudding, not a muffin like affair. I have read many a book that talked about a character eating Yorkshire Pudding for Christmas Dinner. It is an English dish.
|These are the drippings from the prime rib |
that are needed in this recipe
|Here is the batter|
|They aren't what I would call beautiful,|
|but they are really good!|
This was very interesting to make. Who knew you saved the drippings from the Prime Rib and poured a small amount of scalding grease in the bottom of the muffin tin prior to adding in the batter? It seemed so crazy, but I followed Ree’s recipe to a tee. I actually liked this creation.
I took a few over to Nicole Serpico, to get her opinion. She, like me, liked them, too. She kept trying to think of what it reminded her of. She came up with French toast. She is quite good at coming up with new ideas. She suggested I serve it at a brunch both with a meat as well as with syrup. I think this is a great idea!
Way to go, Nicole.
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Irksome Ideas and Images
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