Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Pop-Up Rolls

These little rolls ~ Yorkshire Puddings,
 are light, crispy and golden brown.
Great with beef and gravy, 
or as a dessert with jam and sweets.

They can be made in a Pop-Up
 pan or a muffin pan.


2 large eggs at room temperature.
1 cup milk at room temperature.
1 tsp granulated sugar
3/4 tsp salt.
3 tbsp butter.
1 cup all purpose flour.

    Preheat oven to 425 deg. F.
    The oven rack should be the 3rd lowest from the bottom.

    Place, 1/2 tsp butter in each cup, set aside.
    (I had a too much batter for the pans,
    so I buttered 2 small ramekins. )

    Whisk together,  eggs, milk, sugar, salt
     and 1 tbsp butter, 
    Mix in the flour and blend until smooth,
    with no lumps, set aside.

    Place the prepared pop-up pan (or greased muffin pan)
     in the oven and heat until 
    the butter sizzles, about 2-3 minutes.

    Pour in the batter 3/4 full.
    (Pour from a measuring cup)
    I place my pan on a cookie sheet,
    It makes the hot pan easier to handle.

    Return the filled pan to the oven.

    Bake at 425 deg. F. until the pop-ups are 
    puffed and tops are starting to brown, about 20 minutes.
    (Do not open the oven door)

    Lower oven to 350 deg., and bake for 15 mins.
    until the pop-ups are golden brown.

    Looking through the oven door.

    Amazing how they pop up.

     Nice, crispy and brown...

    Best served immediately while hot.

    Afternoon tea with butter and jam.

    Yorkshire Pudding with roast beef and gravy, 
    A traditional British meal, 
    made with beef drippings.

    The underside of my pan under.  
    I found it at a Thrift Shop.

    This also the same as yorkshire pudding and is wonderful when served with roast beef and brown gravy. In our house we always have leftover beef but never any puddings.
    Thanks for your visit xo

    Wishing everyone a Blessed Easter..

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