Yorkshire pudding are one of those things that are difficult to master but once you perfect it there is no going back. There is no need to half and half flour for gluten free Yorkshires, all cornflour by far works the best and it works with any type of milk you like whether it's dairy or none dairy.
Added 4th April 2016
Updated 24th November 2018
Recipe by Karen Peters/Alison Wheatley
Very rare mine actually have a well, the are almost more like balls, sometimes they will get a well though, not sure why!
Yep, we cook in a large batch and freeze the rest :)
Should work fine as pancake batter.
Yes, almond milk should work fine
Gas Mark 2 is 300Â°F or 150Â°C and Gas Mark 7 is 425Â°F or 220Â°C
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