Yorkshire Pudding is a traditional English side dish to Prime Rib Roast. Yorkshire Pudding, is a puffy pop-over like pastry that is served fresh from the oven and is well-risen and golden brown with a crisp exterior and soft middle.
Traditionally, Yorkshire Pudding is cooked in a large roasting joint of meat in order to catch the dripping fat and then cut appropriately. It is also may made in the same pan as the meat, after the meat has been cooked and moved to a serving platter, which also takes advantage of the meat’s fat that is left behind. It is not uncommon to cook them in muffin tins as popovers.
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History: The first Yorkshire Pudding recipe was known as “dripping pudding” and was published in The Whole Duty of a Woman in 1737.
In 1747, Hannah Glasse, published her classic British cookbook called, The Art of Cookery made Plain and Easy. Hannah Glasse was one of the most famous cookbook authors of her time. Her cookbook ran through at least 40 editions, many of them pirated. The book was published in Dublin from 1748, and in America from 1805. In the 1700s, Yorkshire pudding was served as an appetizer course for roast dinners. Meat was expensive, and so every bit of it was utilized.
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