Sounds weird eh?
Named after the way it looks with the sausages poking out of the Yorkshire pudding, I love Yorkshire pudding, it’s weird, it’s soggy and crispy all at once, and it’s not a pudding, it’s savoury..
Anyway to make it you need some lard or oil for the pan, eggs, flour and milk (with a little salt and pepper), mix it all up together and pour it in.
Usually it’s cooked individually like this:
But today we are looking at one big lump, with sausages in known as Toad in the Hole, this is also very good with onion gravy.
You can use beef or chicken sausages too.
You pour the goo into a pan, stick some sausages in it and put it in the oven, 220 for about 30 mins.
If you get it right, it should come out looking like this:
Serve with some lightly steamed carrots and brocolli.
Then add some gravy and whole grain mustard.
I’m coming to the end of my UK food posts, there will just be a couple more about miscellaneous posts about stuff I love from UK including Scotch Eggs and Pork Pie for God.