How to make it

  • Sift the flour into a bowl and make a well
  • break the egg into the well and beat, add the milk, water and seasoning and mix well, or you can use a blender or mixer,
  • using a 7" x 11" roasting tin, put the beef dripping into it and pop into the oven at number 7
  • when the fat is hot put the tin on a hot hob
  • pour the batter into the hot sizzling fat
  • return the tin to the highest shelf in the oven
  • the pudding will take 20-25 minutes, dont open the door for the first 10 minutes
  • the pudding should be risen crisp and golden
  • serve straight away, if left it can begin to sag
  • traditionally served with roast beef sunday dinners

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  • chelseaharts 3 years ago
    Being a Yorkshire lass i should know how to make this! Living in the Canaries means I cant pop round to mums for sunday dinner ;-( so Frosty one... your recicpe for this and bread and butter pudding will be helping me get a taste of home this weekend.... thanks for posting x
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  • mia_k1w1 4 years ago
    I make these in a 12 muffin tin but with 4 eggs, I will definitely try yours though as this is how my mother-in-law cooks hers (and yes they have it before the main meal, but I make sure I have mine with my main meal)Your batter looks great.
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    " It was excellent "
    joe1155 ate it and said...
    I had this when I was in London in May at a restaurant near Covent Garden. It is so delicious, especially with the gravy. Thanks for posting this.
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    " It was excellent "
    snowcat17 ate it and said...
    HIGH FIVE FORKS!! Never had this but willing to try yours:)
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