Milk 225 ml (plus a little beer if possible)
Butter for the pans
1 spoonful of olive
cheddar grated and origan or thyme
Smear the pudding pans with a generous amount of butter: it is best to use a proper Yorkshire pudding tray with lots of half pans or any small cast iron or metal shape. Then put in the warming oven to wait (250°C).
Shape your flour like a well in a mixing bowl and add all the ingredients while whisking vigorously – no need to use anything electric, hand is good!
You should end up with a runny crepe type mix.
Get the pans out and pour your batter in each with a ladle.
Bake 15 to 20 mn and serve as soon as they have raised and taken a golden colour.
Serve for an English Christmas with a roast and lots of freshly steamed vegetable.