How To Make Yorkshire Puddings | Jamie Oliver

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(PP) Contains product placement. We’ve teamed up with LV= Insurance to bring you a classic kitchen tip every Saturday for the next 6 weeks. Is your soggy bottom getting you down? Well fear not Food Tubers as Jamie’s here to give you all his tips and tricks for the perfect Yorkshire Pudding recipe. Plus an amazingly different way to serve them too!

How do you serve your Yorkshires? Any unusual recipes you can share with us? Tell us in the comments box below.

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Thanh Mansour says:

I'm from Yorkshire. These are like the fab 5!

Godonstilts says:

When I do this – the bottoms just end up really greasy and oily – waaay too much oil. I've started to put in about half the amount Jamie uses, with far better results! How can anyone stand to eat a greasy vegetable oil pudding?!?!

Martin O'Dea says:

Any tips for "soggy bottoms"? I find I get oil stuck in the bottom of the pudding.

rodrigo gonzalo says:

Yorkshire pudding,"core blimey" "hes aavin a larf"{mock cockney accent to perpetuate the ground roots persona}

Smile Hui says:

Great to see this video

tamcar04 says:

When he opened it up it looked like Cresent rolls here in America 🤔🤔

markowski games says:

really the best cook

Saber Sight says:

"i invented it or at least i think i did" that's something i say all the time xD

Murry Evans says:

Thank you! Tonight I made the best Yorkshires ever, my wife has stopped talking to me, I am the Yorkshire Pudding king.

MeSoyCapitan says:

Those Yorkshire puddings he took out of the oven are stone cold.

NeNiTa Oliveira says:

Hi Jamie, I'm from south America, i like English food, and I just made those Yorkshire pudding today and they came up just like yours. Thank you 🙏 xx

VeroLandzaat says:

After making them with a recipe from his cookbook ( with a small pic) I thought mine were monstrosities 🤣 but they looked exactly like these. Thought they were suppose to look like cupcakes 😅 ( not British)

python27au says:

G’day Jamie, this is an old vid but i hope you still get notifications. I remember as a kid going round to my grans place for Sunday roast and she’d always make a yorky. But she’d put some mixed herbs and a finely diced onion into the batter and then pour the batter into a roasting tray. The end result was a yorky the size of the tray that was bubbly and crisp on the edges and a little bready in the middle. She’d cut this into large squares which would go on the plate first and at the end it would be covered in gravy and bits of meat and veg and in my opinion was the best part if the meal.

I was just wondering what your thoughts are on adding stuff to the batter?

Malcolm Uttley says:

Can't stand this twat

Susan Bland says:

Omg jammie i used your recipe today
For Yorkshire pudding mix thay turned
Out just like yours thay were amazing
Thank you for 🤗💖👍👍👍👍🇬🇧

Holly Rockwell says:

The best recipe I have used, been making the joy of cooking ones for years, mostly failed – these were perfect!

Audra Mikalauskaite says:

You are amazing ❤️❤️❤️

Mom's Homemade Recipes says:

Yorkshire pudding is not a pudding dessert

Paul Moffat says:

My mother's recipe called for 1/2 water instead of all milk, and if I follow this recipe, I do not get the puffed up form, just something resembling a crumpet. If I hydrate the flour first with water, then milk, followed by eggs, it all works out. Best along with roast beef and beef gravy! Yum!

TheDronings says:

Why do British people call everything pudding?

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