Yorkshire puds on a Xmas dinner - yes or no?

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  • Luckystar
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    My DD doesn't eat stuffing or pigs in blankets but loves Yorkshire pud so I do a few for those that want them, got to keep everyone happy :)
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  • Bettie
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    definitely not
  • I'm from Yorkshire and the correct way to serve Yorkshire pudding is as a starter. no we don't have them on Christmas dinner.
  • madmoys
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    My mums a Yorkshire lass, and we only ever had Yorkshire pud with roast beef, any leftovers with jam for afters.
    Wouldn't dream of having yorkshires with christmas dinner!
  • Yes we have Yorkshire Pudding at Christmas.
    I have it with all sorts of roasts though, not just beef.
    It's served with all Sunday roasts at all the local pubs as well.
    If we've all been eating it wrong for years then I couldn't care less, it's one of my favourite foods, i would eat it daily if I had the time!
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  • Totality
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    madmoys wrote: »
    My mums a Yorkshire lass, and we only ever had Yorkshire pud with roast beef, any leftovers with jam for afters.
    Wouldn't dream of having yorkshires with christmas dinner!

    A bit of maple syrup on a leftover yorkshire is GREAT! :)
  • CupOfChai
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    Absolutely YES.

    Not crisps though, that's just weird :D
  • Ms_Chocaholic
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    Totality wrote: »
    Nice! Usually before Xmas I make mini yorkshire puds filled with a sausage/cranberry/wensleydale combo - also weird and amazing! :)


    Oooh can I have the recipe please.
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  • Yes definitely with christmas dinner, we have yorkshire puds with every roast in this house, i only grew up with them being served with roast beef so i dont know why i changed.
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