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Old 08-02-2011, 1:56 PM
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was gonna make yorkshire puddings for tea but i have no eggs i've never made them without eggs woul they be alright or shud i just not bother? were having a roast dinner so it wouldn't really matter if we didn't have any
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was gonna make yorkshire puddings for tea but i have no eggs i've never made them without eggs woul they be alright or shud i just not bother? were having a roast dinner so it wouldn't really matter if we didn't have any
That'll be flour and milk then? I'd not bother
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Aren't the eggs needed to provide lift and to firm the mix up so it cooks puffed? IYSWIM.

Otherwise you'd have more of a coating batter for deep frying. Maybe a thick mix with baking powder added could work - deepfried you'd get doughnut like 'things'.
Put the kettle on.
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That'll be flour and milk then? I'd not bother

lol thats a good point lol i must be cracking up (excuse the pun)
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