Easy Peasy Yorkshire Puddings
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Easy Peasy Yorkshire Puddings

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If you're smoking meat low and slow then why not try delicious Yorkshire Puddings as a side?
Prep time
10 mins + chilling time
Cook time
35mins to 1 hour
Serves
12
Fuel
Heat Beads® 10kg Original BBQ Briquettes
Best cooked on
Lawson 470 Smoker & BBQ

Ingredients

1 egg
75g plain flour
300ml milk (approx)
1/3 tsp salt
Pinch of Pepper
Fat or Cooking Oil

  • Heat oil, fat or dripping in dish until smoking hot.

    Heat oil, fat or dripping in dish until smoking hot.

  • Add chilled batter.

    Add chilled batter.

  • Keep temperature high and try not to peak!

    Keep temperature high and try not to peak!

Method

  1. Sift flour, salt and pepper together and mix. Add egg and add enough milk to make a thin batter. Cover and refrigerate overnight. If you've left it a bit late, put it in the freezer for around 1/2 hour.

  2. Preheat your smoker.

  3. Use a muffin tray or a roasting dish. Add your dripping or vegetable oil (use sunflower or an oil with a high smoke-point) about a Tablespoon per muffin hole, or 3 Tablespoons for a roasting dish.

  4. Put the tray into smoker until fat/oil is smoking hot.

  5. Take the batter out of the fridge and whisk up to mix. Pour into hot muffin tray or roasting dish.

  6. Return to the smoker. We put ours near the middle of the smoker, above the water pan, as it needs to be hotter to puff up. Leave for at least 30 minutes (try not to peak!). If your smoker temperature is lower, or the lid is opened frequently, it may take longer.

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