Dessert & Baked Goods » Yorkshire Pudding
Rembs Layman of Tupelo makes a savory quick bread known as Yorkshire Pudding. A milk-and-egg-rich batter is spread over heated pan drippings from - in Rembs' rendition - slow-roasted beef. No pan drippings? No worries. You can use vegetable or canola oil in a pinch, but we can't imagine anything tasting better than using the aromatic and deeply-hued juices from a roast. Serve alongside your favorite meat dishes or dip into warm gravy that's also been made with pan drippings, for a double-dose of flavor.
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