I was really missing yourkshire puddings so thought i'd make my own. I tried to bake them in tins but they kept sticking, so i decided to use muffin/cupcake cases & they worked!
- 56g plain flour (10)
- 1 med egg
- 50ml skimmed milk (H.E.A)
- 35ml water
- Salt & pepper
Sieve the flour into a large bowl, with the back of a spoon, make a well in the centre, break the egg into it and add some salt & pepper.
Now, measure the milk and water in a measuring jug, then, using an electric hand whisk on a slow speed, begin to whisk the egg into the flour (i don't have an electric whisk so i just used a hand whisk)– as you whisk, the flour around the edges will slowly be incorporated. Then add the liquid gradually, stopping to scrape the flour into the mixture.
Whisk until the batter is smooth. Place 10 cupcake/muffin paper cases into a muffin tray & spray the cases with fry light to stop the puds sticking. Divide the mixture into the 10 cupcake/muffin paper cases & bake in the oven (220 oC) for 25ish mins (can't remember exact time so keep an eye on them!)