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Guest Article – Yorkshire Puddings

This Christmas we’ve decided to celebrate following the recipes of traditional English cuisine. However, nothing passed through my mind except turkey, fried or boiled vegetables or pies. What to cook for an English Christmas for a company of 12-14 people? Occasionally came across a funny Aunt Bessie’s advert – and here you go! A perfect Christmas dish for a large and noisy company is ready! Obviously those from Aunt Bessie’s are popular for a wide range of frozen products and especially desserts, where frozen Yorkshire puddings are real bestsellers.

Spending lots of money on their funny advertising campaigns, Aunt Bessie’s can be proud of their home-made, tasty and crispy puddings. Besides, the key drive of their production is focused on time-saving cooking. Being cooked within a couple of minutes and made of the finest quality dough, Aunt Bessie’s Yorkshire puddings are consistently award-winning, brown in color and extremely tasty on the tongue. That huge selection of delicious puddings from Aunt Bessie’s is ready to make your everyday cooking more simple and convenient. So, let’s start making our festive board.

The so-called classic Yorkshire pudding is a typical English pudding usually served instead of bread. The dish is cooked much easier, does not contain sugar and tastes a bit like scrambled eggs or a snack cake. The classic version suggests preparing pudding separately (batter) and serving with roast beef. Inspired by Aunt Bessie’s dessert line, I’ve decided to cook rather unusual variant of English classics.

Cooking time: 15 min + 35 min

Calories in 1 serving: 440 kcal


  • 1 cup of flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 200 ml of milk
  • 1/2 tbsp of ground paprika
  • 4 tbsp of olive oil
  • 1 red peeled and chopped pepper
  • 4 small smoked sausages (Spanish Chorizo)
  • 16 small cherry tomatoes
  • 2 tbsp of oregano


1. Heat the oven to 200 C. First we need to sift the flour 2-3 times to make it airy. Then beat 2 eggs in a small bowl with salt and spices. Add paprika and a little seasoning to your taste.

2. Pour a little olive oil into the moulds and heat in the oven for 5 minutes. Put the forms in the hot oven and wait for 10 minutes – the oil should be almost boiling. Pour the dough into the molds with boiling oil – until the middle. Add red peppers, sausage and tomatoes, and then bake for 30 minutes.

3. Take out from the oven and sprinkle with salt and oregano. Remove the pudding from the molds and immediately serve.

Yorkshire pudding is just perfect because it’s good for tea and milk, meat or fish dishes, vegetables and salads. The main thing is to eat this delicious dish all the while it’s warm. Enjoy eating this true English style dish and share with your friends!

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