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    • comping cat
    • By comping cat 18th Apr 07, 9:46 AM
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    • 18th Apr 07, 9:46 AM
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    • 18th Apr 07, 9:46 AM
    Sounds lovely!!!
    You could also add a drop more milk to the left over batter and make pancakes!!!!
    • madmum33
    • By madmum33 18th Apr 07, 10:03 AM
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    • 18th Apr 07, 10:03 AM
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    • 18th Apr 07, 10:03 AM
    Yum! Making toad in the hole later, maybe I'll make double quantities of batter and do a pud with tinned peaches!
    • newlywed
    • By newlywed 18th Apr 07, 10:05 AM
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    • 18th Apr 07, 10:05 AM
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    • 18th Apr 07, 10:05 AM
    Sounds lovely, that reminds me, Mum once did this with a jar of cherries and it was gorgeous!!

    Must get a jar of cherries.....

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  • joey
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    • 18th Apr 07, 10:29 AM
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    • 18th Apr 07, 10:29 AM
    mmm that sounds really nice - what a good idea!!!

    I suppose it's just a clafoutis really isn't it, is that the right word for it?
    • newlywed
    • By newlywed 18th Apr 07, 10:31 AM
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    • 18th Apr 07, 10:31 AM
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    • 18th Apr 07, 10:31 AM
    mmm that sounds really nice - what a good idea!!!

    I suppose it's just a clafoutis really isn't it, is that the right word for it?
    Originally posted by joey
    Thanks. Knew it had a proper name - think that's right.

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    • thriftlady
    • By thriftlady 18th Apr 07, 10:56 AM
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    • 18th Apr 07, 10:56 AM
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    • 18th Apr 07, 10:56 AM
    I saw Nigella Lawson make a big Yorkshire pud on the telly. She served it with golden syrup and whipped cream -it looked absolutely gorgeous.
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    • 18th Apr 07, 11:07 AM
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    • 18th Apr 07, 11:07 AM
    Oh, got sausages in the freezer to try out a toad in the hole recipe (add wholegrain mustard to the batter & a large chunk of cooking apple with the sausages), now am going to do extra for a pudding. would it freeze OK?
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    • 18th Apr 07, 11:22 AM
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    • 18th Apr 07, 11:22 AM
    I usually eat left over yorkshire puddings with a bit of jam spread on.
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    • THIRZAH
    • By THIRZAH 18th Apr 07, 12:19 PM
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    I sometimes fill yorkshires with stewed blackcurrants from the freezer-we had a bit of a glut last year-or make pancakes and freeze them.
    • Firehorse
    • By Firehorse 18th Apr 07, 9:17 PM
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    Freezing Pancakes
    Fantastic idea for a pudding, will definately have to try it soon.

    Usually, if I have too much batter, I make pancakes and freeze them by wrapping them in foil. Thaw naturally, reheat in the microwave or gently in the oven. Kids think it's magic when I produce them out of nowhere, usually breakfast!
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  • Eagle_1
    My Mam used to make apple batter with left over mix. Just slice cooking apples into dish, pour mix over, cook and sprinkle with a bit of sugar when cooked......yummy
    • lynzpower
    • By lynzpower 19th Apr 07, 6:55 AM
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    my dad when he has left over batter, he adds a bit more flour ( by sight, sorry) till its really thick batter and then mixed in some thawed or tinned sweetcorn. blob in hot frying pan- then flip. YUM sweetcorn fritters serve with theroast dinner the textures are really yum.

    I actually saw these ready done with a thai dipping sauce in tescos once and they were about 3 quid ridiculous!
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    • FrankieM
    • By FrankieM 2nd Oct 08, 8:24 AM
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    Left over Yorkshire Pudding mix
    Hi,
    I made yorkshire puddings for last night's dinner and I have some of the mix left.
    I've kept it in the fridge over night, so I'm sure its fine, but what do I do with it :confused: ??

    My yorkshire puddings aren't good enough to make up and freeze :rolleyes: so am I stuck with just having yorkshire pudding for lunch so I don't have to throw it away???

    P.S There is probably not enough for a main meal and I'm planning on doing spag bol for dinner tonight anyway...
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    • By Debt_Free_Chick 2nd Oct 08, 8:26 AM
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    Make pancakes
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    • FrankieM
    • By FrankieM 2nd Oct 08, 8:37 AM
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    I can't stand pancakes, but I guess I could do them for the kinders for pudding...why didn't I think of that???
    • Penelope Penguin
    • By Penelope Penguin 2nd Oct 08, 8:38 AM
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    I'd amke drop scones and have them as a mid morning snack with maple syrup

    I'll add this to an existing thread - more suggestions there

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    • sammyjig
    • By sammyjig 2nd Oct 08, 8:39 AM
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    I seem to remember Nigella serving yorksire pudding with golden syrup and cream.
    My mum used to spread jam on left over yorkies.
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    • FrankieM
    • By FrankieM 2nd Oct 08, 8:44 AM
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    I seem to remember Nigella serving yorksire pudding with golden syrup and cream.
    My mum used to spread jam on left over yorkies.
    Originally posted by sammyjig
    When they are cold? Like toast and jam?? ( my yorkshire puddings are flat enough!!)
    • sammyjig
    • By sammyjig 2nd Oct 08, 8:48 AM
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    When they are cold? Like toast and jam?? ( my yorkshire puddings are flat enough!!)
    Originally posted by FrankieM
    Yes, cold with jam spread on.

    The Nigella thing was hot I think.
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