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1 cup plain (all purpose) flour
1 cup eggs
1 cup milk
salt and pepper to taste.

Where I come from a Yorkshire Pud is always cooked in a large
roasting tin but you can cook smaller ones in muffin tins. In
either case put a small amount of oil in and place the container
in a very hot oven until the oil is smoking. It has to be hot.

Meanwhile, mix the flour, egg and salt and then stir in the milk
to give you a light batter about the consistency of double cream.
(You can add some dried herbs to the mixture if you wish.)

When the oil is smoking hot, pour in the batter and return the
container to the top shelf of the oven for 20-30 minutes until the
puddings are golden, crisp and risen.

Serve with roast beef, roast potatoes, savoury gravy (my
grandmotheralways added a spoonful of the pudding batter to her
gravy to thickenit) and green vegetable of your choice.

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