Harry Potter Yorkshire Pudding Recipe
Yorkshire Pudding is mentioned in Harry Potter books as the traditional dessert of England. If you have Harry Potter fans in your life, be sure to make them this delicious recipe!
Any English child would know straight off the significance of the Yorkshire pudding. This is traditionally served at the family Sunday Dinner, along with roat meat, veggies and potatoes. It was when the family was all together - something Harry never got to share in the love of.
1/2 lb flour
1/4 tsp salt
1 pint cream
2 Tbsp bacon or beef fat
Mix flour and salt in a bowl, and form a depression in its center. Break the eggs and pour them into the center of this. Slowly add the cream, mixing as you go. Let the mix stand for 1/2 hour.
Divide the drippings up into 8 muffin tins. Heat these in a 425F oven until they smoke, 5-10 minutes. Pour in the batter and leave in a few minutes until it browns. Then drop the heat to 375F and cook for 15 minutes.
Can be served with jam on top for an extra-special treat.
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