Reinventing the humble Yorkshire pudding

Reinventing the humble Yorkshire pudding
What is a Yorkshire pudding anyway? The Yorkshire pudding is made from a simple batter of eggs, flour and milk and needs to be light yet crispy and well-risen. The general rule is that the fat - often dripping or goose fat - needs to be red hot in the tin before the batter is added, avoiding the much-feared soggy bottom. Image copyright Getty Images The baked batter treat is believed to have been originally served as a starter