Yorkshire Puddings

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  1. MrsFYS

    MrsFYS Full Member

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    What makes them sinful?
    I make my with milk (can be taken from allowance), eggs (free) and wheat/gluten free flour.

    So if theyre sinful becuase of the wheat & Gluten, could they be free if made this way?

    Just curious tis all :D
     
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    They're cooked with a lot of oil too - all adds to the syns.

    The flour has sins because it doesn't provide much nutritional value, and doesn't have a high water content, which is what fills us up.

    You could have a bash at trying to make them sin-free, but remember that if you change the way food is used it becomes sins (eg, grinding cous cous up to create a flour substitute would need to be sinned).

    Hmmn, yorkshires..........
     
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    I use fry light on the tray, no other ingredients included.
    Maybe a wee email to SW hq?
    Thanks hun
     
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    you would need to syn the flour even if it's wheat or gluten free.
     
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