Every Sunday, the European-inspired Northville eatery Toria hosts traditional English Roast Dinners featuring rotating roast meats, roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and of course, Yorkshire Pudding.
Yorkshire Pudding, a baked pastry made with eggs, flour, and milk, is a popular side dish across the pond. It’s so popular, that it gets its own celebration in the U.K. every year on the first Sunday in February.
While you may not find many parties for this pudding in metro Detroit, Chef Richard Simmons of Toria encourages you to try this dish at home with this recipe.
- 175g flour
- 4 eggs
- 300g milk
- ½ tsp salt
- Duck fat for roasting
- 1g nutmeg
- Place flour in a large bowl of food blender. Add all dry ingredients.
- Add the milk and eggs
- Blend for approximately 5 minutes or until a very smooth batter forms.
- Let mixture sit for at least one and a half hours
- Set oven to 425 and place empty yorkie trays inside
- Remove after trays are hot
- Add duck fat and put back until the oven until the oil smokes
- Add the batter in equal amounts and bake for approximately 25 minutes. For best results, do not open the oven until done.