I have seen quite a few questions in the past how to make Yorkshire puddings, and to be honest – I have never eaten them before until recently, so decided to create a foolproof (is that what you call it?:D) recipe to make them. Crack website has a recipe for them, but tried it and didn't work for me, so I have made just a slight modification to it.
Preparation and cooking – around 30 minutes.
Ingredients (makes 6 puddings):
¼ cup Crackd egg
125g of organic self rising flour
½ cup of oat milk
½ cup of water
¼ tsp cream of tartar
¼ tsp salt
1. Preheat oven to 200C, do not use a fan.
2. In a bowl mix Crackd egg, oat milk and water, use a whisk to make it frothy.
3. Sieve flour and cream of tartar to the liquid, add salt and whisk until you will get a smooth mixture.
4. Spread a bit of oil evenly into the muffin tins, put into the oven for few minutes to get them hot.
5. Pour batter into the muffin molds, fill to leave ¼ inch from the top.
6. Place in the oven for around 15 minutes – when sides begin to brown, but centre is still soft, take them out, push the middle with a spoon and return for 10 more minutes (you cant turn the fan on now, better crisp on the outside;)).