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Tonight I cooked..........

Well, you will try to bbq them, use an oven I tells ya, BGE is not yorkie friendly...

:smile:

JB

Don't see why not. Should work fine for toadies too if you twist the pork bangers and cut in half to make two chipolatas and do them in a mini loaf tray.
 
Beef dripping used to be delivered to chippies in big cardboard boxes about 18 inches square. The box was cut away and the block of fat lowered into the fryer. That was last millennium. We did things differently then.
 
Well... we seem to be on the right track. I used @gorillaguts981’s proportions, and @Grownup_Rafbrat’s grandmother’s whisking advice, and that seems to have yielded significantly better results. These rose quite well, but I screwed myself by having too much oil in the pan. As I poured the batter in, the oil swamped the top of the batter in each pot, thus they went all crinkly and burned a little on the tops. They also don’t have the classic concave shape, but did at least rise. I had the oven on 475 (246C), with the fan on. I think that may have been a bit hot too.

I’ll let everything cool down, wash up, and try again in an hour or two with much less oil in the individual pots.

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Give me a jug of gravy, some loose fitting pants, and I'd demolish the lot.

Outstanding effort sir.

And I'm a Yorkshireman.
 
Give me a jug of gravy, some loose fitting pants, and I'd demolish the lot.

Outstanding effort sir.

And I'm a Yorkshireman.
And any left over is pudding with a blob of jam, or in my house a good splash of raspberry vinegar.
 
And any left over is pudding with a blob of jam, or in my house a good splash of raspberry vinegar.
What are these 'left over' yorkies that you speak of? Would they pair well with 'left over' wine
 

ancienturion

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Started a wee fish pie.
So big question, peas or no peas in the mix? Wife wants them I am not wanting them. Thoughts?
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Started a wee fish pie.
So big question, peas or no peas in the mix? Wife wants them I am not wanting them. Thoughts?
It's all optional. I'll add button mushrooms, fresh peas, smoked haddock, prawns, or mussels all depending on availability
 

Grownup_Rafbrat

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Grownup_Rafbrat

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That’s somewhat different then to the recipe (Ramsay’s) that I used. That had 4 eggs, cup and a half of milk, cup and a quarter of flour, 1/2 tsp salt.

I will try your recipe, thank you.
I always use 1 cup plain flour, 1 cup milk, 0.5 cup eggs - salt and pepper ... they’re perfect every single time. Oven needs to be hot 200’C at least ... ant the fat / tin must be smoking hot. Only use lard or dripping.
 

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