Toad in the hole – a British classic!

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Today i’m going to show you how to make toad-in-the-hole, a British classic that everybody loves.

This toad in the hole consists of meaty pork sausages nestled in a giant crispy Yorkshire pudding. All served up with a rich red onion gravy.

Full Printable recipe here: https://www.kitchensanctuary.com/toad-in-the-hole-with-red-onion-gravy

Toad in the hole Ingredients:
140 g (1cup+1tbsp) plain (all purpose) flour
4 medium eggs
200 ml (3/4cup+1tbsp) semi skimmed (half fat) milk
8 good quality thick pork sausages
2 tbsp vegetable oil
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp black pepper

Red onion gravy ingredients:
1 tbsp vegetable oil
1 tbsp unsalted butter
2 red onions peeled and sliced thinly
1 tsp light brown sugar
2 tbsp plain all-purpose flour
480 ml (2 cups) hot beef stock try to use a good quality stock for the best flavour
1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp black pepper

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Comments

Stephan Whitaker says:

Used this recipe today. I have eaten many toad in the holes and Yorkshire puddings but have never made one until now. It came out amazing. I started out looking on YouTube for a recipe and saw Marco Pierre whites recipe which turned out to be a stock pot advert 😪.

Then in the suggestions I found this beauty of a recipe. I used half the mix for a portion to suit 2 and we only had chipolatas in to use up. I cooked the chipolata sausages for around 10 minutes and made the mix around 4 hours before just because I had the time to. I cooked it in a glass oven dish which was super hot from the sausage in the oven , this gave it a great crisp and rise .

I’m so greatful for how this recipe turned out . Thank you , I will definetly be trying some more of your recipes. ❤️🍲

More Time Needed says:

I love your voice

Barba Gianni says:

Well done 😎🤙

No Name says:

The First thing that came to mind when I started watching this video, was me as a young lad running in through the back door at home after a long walk home in the winter damp and cold and seeing mum in the kitchen making "Toad In The Hole" the aroma in the house was nothing more than yummy.

Ryan says:

I’m totally making this in the next week.

Pat White says:

Brilliant! Thanks much for helping with my spouse’s craving!!😊

Zita Lorna says:

I can't believe the gorgeous orange yolks you have in your eggs over there! Not like the pale yellow ones we have here in L.A. 🙁

Leon Aquilina says:

Mine came out great thank you! You look fab too. 😁👍

AJL-VideosHD Alexander says:

Bangin! 👍🌈

Chaddamp says:

This one tonight for us using cumberland sausage

Ben Hardy says:

3 quarters of a cup + a tablespoon?? What’s with the measurements

Karima Sabra says:

I just wanted to start cooking and just realised you didn’t give any temperature. Why? 😭

suckapunks says:

okay so the title of this or actually the name of the dish makes me wonder, which hole? i mean i've heard of a turtle head, but not a toad in the hole.

Vicvega 79 says:

Definitely making this next. All your recipes so far have been delicious!

Terence Hillyer says:

How hot is the oven?

Mark Shinton says:

Was about to use BBC's good food recipe. So glad I didn't now after watching this. Thank you for posting

Tuff Scout Records Official says:

Just watched Jamie Oliver on his recipe put 14 eggs into the batter ! ..sanity has been restored

KingTairun says:

wtf is "bata"? do you mean butter?

John Weatherley says:

You are very very good I've seen recipes for toad and I'll but nothing like yours well done

Joyride F says:

Out of all the recipes in books and online this is the number 1!!! Michelin star chefs watch and learn lol

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