Perhaps a good old British Sunday would not be completed without Yorkshire pudding gracing the table alongside the soul-nourishing and equally traditional Roast beef and vegetables. You may be tempted to ask the “secrets” for this recipe. However, you must be aware of the myths involving Yorkshire pudding. No, they are not mere legends intended to scare you during campfire bonding. These myths are the “secrets” a housewife or two may relay you as you ask for the Yorkshire pudding recipe, after claiming that these secrets were passed unto them after generations of observance.
- Blame it to the misgiving of your old, faithful oven when your pudding goes off beam. This one portrays the ultimate immaturity and displacement. Why couldn’t it be the bowl or spoon instead?
- When your pudding fails to rise, there’s trouble… in your bedroom. Controversial sounding myth but still downright hilarious.
- What electric mixer or spoon? Your fork will do wonders in mixing the pudding!
- Sit down while mixing your pudding. Isn’t stand-up-while-you-mix more logical sounding?
- Mix your pudding in the open view of outdoors. Now, fresh air does wonders in once aura or mood, but to be there for the neighborhood to behold? You may be inconvenienced by the temperature in your kitchen most especially during summers, but to actually exhibit your pudding making? That’s funny and weird all the same.
- Yorkshire pudding might as well be cooked in Yorkshire or else! This myth tells that “alleged” Yorkshire pudding outside has no ability to rise. Guess, the secret is the place itself.
- Old folk tale with a little logic: Blend the first fresh batch of snow for your cold batter. In fact, nowadays, it is advisable to use a splash of cold water to help the pudding rise.