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Friday 5th February 2016
British Yorkshire Pudding Day with Welsh Beef
Today may just be your new favourite day! Celebrate British Yorkshire pudding day with these delicious recipes from top food bloggers who teamed up with Welsh Beef to celebrate the momentous occasion.
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There is nothing quite like roast beef and home made Yorkshire puddings for Sunday lunch and these horseradish potatoes from Louise really compliment the dish.
Since discovering the joys of cooking a joint of beef in her slow cooker, this is the only way Jenny cooks her beef now. Prepared by rubbing in a little olive oil, thyme, pepper and salt, Jenny seared her Welsh Beef in a pan of oil and garlic and decided to make beer batter yorkies that would be light and fluffy.
Roast Beef has a special place in Fiona's heart. As a child, with Roast Beef Fiona and her family always had Yorkshire puddings and pancakes for dessert – served with jif lemon and sugar.
Rebecca from All About U says that there is nothing better than lashings of gravy on her Welsh Beef, veggies and plenty of Yorkshire puddings! Her Yorkshire Pudding recipe has been passed down from her Mum and includes a secret twist to the recipes you’ll find in a book or online. And the other trick? The oven has to be piping hot. You aren't going to get any good Yorkshires if the oven isn't hot enough.
As Emma’s husband is a beef farmer, she felt the pressure cooking this dish. She placed two carrots (not peeled or chopped - just with the ends off), one to two onions and a stick of celery in the bottom of her heavy enamel pot. She then crumbled a beef stock cube over the veg and lovingly placed the Welsh Beef on the top. Add a splash of red wine and enough hot water to cover the vegetables-but not the Welsh Beef and place in a hot oven on 200 degrees for 20 minutes and then turn down to 150 degrees for around two hours.
This recipe notches up the flavours a bit with a lovely caramelised onion gravy for the Welsh Beef and a good dollop of wholegrain mustard in the yorkshire pudding batter. These few little tweaks make a huge difference to the end taste.
This joint of mustard roasted Welsh Beef is the perfect pairing for your Yorkshire Puddings. Kirsty from Hijacked by Twins ground the mustard seeds herself in a pestle and mortar and added a little olive oil before massaging into the joint. She recommends serving your succulent Welsh Beef and Yorkshire Puddings with a selection of vegetables and gravy.