Friday 7 May 2021

Stuffed Yorkshire Puddings

It's been a while since I last posted...

I've had a long covid relapse so I haven't had much energy to write. But I've still had the energy to eat (just about), so here's what I've been eating recently!

You can buy ready made GF Yorkshire Puds from Tescos in a pack of 8. I had a load leftover so I wondered what I could eat them with for breakfast, lunches and snacks instead of a with a Sunday roast. So I came up with these 5 stuffing fillers for Yorkshire Puddings, and they are amazing!

They are so easy to do and great for a light meal, snack or even as a canape.

1 - Shepherd's Pie Stuffed Yorkshire Puds 

When you make a Shepherd's Pie, make a little extra and have these for lunch the next day. Top with a little blob of mashed potato - they taste incredible.

This is like a mini fry up. Add chopped tomato and sliced cooked sausage to the Yorkshire then pour over beaten egg and season. Cook in the oven until the egg is firm and cooked and you have the perfect little breakfast.

This is my all time favourite flavour combination. Fill the Yorkshire Pudding with some ricotta, top with sliced strawberries, a few mint leaves and drizzle over some balsamic glaze. 

Mix lemon juice, tomato ketchup and mayonnaise in a bowl, add prawns and mix together until all coated. Place a little gem lettuce leaf in the Yorkshire Pudding, a slice of avocado and then fill with a  spoonful of prawns. Sprinkle with a little cayenne pepper. For a more detailed prawn cocktail recipe, click here

These are great if you are having guests round. Beat some cream cheese with a dash of milk and fill the Yorkshire Puddings with the cheese. Roll up slices of smoked salmon and place in the puds. Use a peeler and peel thin slices of cucumber. Roll them up and place in the puds. Add some chives and finish with black pepper. 

Give them a go and let me know what you think!

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