In an effort to not waste food, I wanted to know what to do with leftover Yorkshire puddings. I made up a huge batch of Yorkshire puddings the other day for a family party, but then I had so many to eat. Instead of letting them go to waste, I decided to get creative and figure out new ways to use them up. I discovered that Yorkshire puddings can be filled with a variety of ingredients to make quick and tasty snacks. You can literally fill these things up with just about anything.
I love me some fish and chips. Fish and chips is classic British cuisine favorite, but every Irish pub I’ve dined at serves it too. But it’s also expensive. Make this homemade beer-battered cod fish and chips recipe at home using a can of beer, flour, and potatoes when cod goes on sale at your local grocery store.
This is the best Yorkshire pudding recipe (at least, according to me) … and it’s easy to make! I was doing some research the other day into classic British dishes and came across Yorkshire pudding, which isn’t a pudding. It’s more of like a bread or a roll, with a convenient little dip so I can scoop yumminess inside of it. So of course I had to make some. The secret, of course, is in the bacon. Doesn’t bacon make everything taste better? I bet you’ll love this easy recipe too!