Welcome to the best ever Yorkshire Pudding Recipe in the Airfryer.
I grew up in Yorkshire. I lived there from being a toddler until I was 22 years old. It is also where I met my husband and where our first child was born. It has what feels like a lifetime of memories. Some good, some average and some bad. But hey that is life!
But growing up in Yorkshire (which for any of you Non-Brits is in the North East of England) it was all about the food. The British bakery with its delicious homemade scones, sausage rolls and of course quiches. There was the seafront that sold the doughnuts and the lollies that the kids used to go nuts for in the summer months. Then of course we had beautiful countryside and an endless supply of outdoor fun.
But what is probably associated the most from a food point of view is the delicious Yorkshire Puddings that are traditionally served up with an English roast dinner. Also because they are made from simple pantry items no matter where you live in the world you would be able to get the ingredients to be able to make them!
Yorkshire puddings can be a bit like roast potatoes. At family gatherings you are always fighting over who gets the last one. I used to be heartbroken when my mum didn’t make any at Sunday dinner. She would point out that it is traditionally served with roast beef and you don’t need to have them with other meats. But I loved them so much there was no way I was missing out.
Now whenever we have a roast dinner Dominic is always there making his delicious roast potatoes and Yorkshire puddings. As he puts it you can never take Yorkshire out of the guy and I couldn’t argue with that!
We also love them as a frugal meal with some sausages for a traditional toad in the hole and its just one of those genius leftover recipes when you have some spare batter.
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Preheat your Airfryer to 200c.
Mix the plain flour and the seasoning in a bowl.
Pour in the egg (a bit at a time) stirring gradually until the egg is all added.
Add the milk a bit at a time and stir regularly until you have a mixture that is the thickness of a batter. Beat well until it forms bubbles on the top.
Place a little olive oil in your Yorkshire Pudding dish and place in the Airfryer for 5 minutes or until smoking.
Pour your mixture (1/2 way up your container) and place back in the Airfryer and cook at 200c for 15 minutes.
The cooking time depends on how big your containers are and these recipes are based on a medium size Yorkshire Pudding. You can of course adjust for smaller or bigger ones. It is also important that your containers are sturdy otherwise when it is cooking the air will cause it to move and it will be an Airfryer disaster!