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Merry Old England Meets The Dirty South

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    Posted: 05 June 2018 at 08:25
Smoked beef brisket with mash, veggies and onion gravy in a giant Yorkshire Pudding


Yorkshire pudding recipe here

I used a couple of 6" cake tins for the puddings.  They worked wonderfully.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Hoser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 June 2018 at 03:02
Wow! That is absolutely beautiful Gman!
Gotta give you some points for creativity here! ClapClapClapClapClap
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That looks great!
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I had some trouble with the Yorkshire pudding having never made it before.  I found the Serious Eats method posted above worked best best.  Especially after letting the batter rest overnight.   I also found that running the finished batter through a fine mesh sieve helpful in assuring any and all ingredients were either thoroughly incorporated or strained out. 

I also let the rested batter come up to room temperature and then whipped it again to replace any air lost from the long rest. I found my milk frother did a great job of doing this


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Gracoman, 

Complimenti  we say ..  Sort of a Congratulations on a wonderful job well done ..  

Truly exemplary fotos too ..  

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Excellent job, gMan - it looks incredible!

I think you hit the nail on the head with letting the batter rest. My oldest son used to enjoy making crepes, and discovered that the resting works very well in that application, also.

Outstanding!
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