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    Yorkshire Pudding

    Still searching for the ingredients I need for decent Yorkshire puddings here in Philippines.

    Does anyone have the specific product brands I need please?

    BTW, I have a great supply of M&S malt vinegar which I buy at their store in Makati...P110 for 150ml

    But goes great with Fish n Chips



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    When I've stayed in Manila, my kind of food choice was much better, back here in Malaybalay, I'm very limited to what I am able to eat, only oats, cornflakes when I'm able to source Kellogs I don't like Nestle bacon but its not as good as UK, obviously eggs are eggs wherever, chicken, mince beef, spaghetti. I don't like wheat bread, so finding bread that's not so sweet is difficult, often I'm hungry, I can't eat much of Pinoy food as the wrong foods make me ill. Last time I was here I was able to get Cathedral City cheese which was good but can't find now. Other cheeses here are not good, apart from a few other fancies from Gasano bakery, and yogurt and Yakult, that's almost the limit of my diet here. Malaybalay is growing, so I hope this will bring more stores like SM etc with more choices


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    Yorkshires wont rise here...It`s a damned mystery if you ask me!


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    Quote Originally Posted by fred View Post
    Yorkshires wont rise here...It`s a damned mystery if you ask me!
    Have you tried taking them to Angeles City?
    <<<< Me at the Taal Volcano in Tagaytay (November 2013). On this particularly visit to Pinas I arrived in Manila the day after Typhoon Yolanda wreaked havoc further south.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fred View Post
    Yorkshires won`t rise here...It`s a damned mystery if you ask me!
    Fred, I found that the flour in Philippines was spot on. I think it was labelled all purpose flour. Put pan in oven at 200% with approx two or three tablespoons of oil. Whilst that is heating up, three tablespoons of flour, one egg and a pinch of salt with half and half milk and water mixed to the texture of evaporated milk. When your oil is smoking hot, remove from oven and pour in your mixture, making sure that it's well-whisked with plenty of bubbles showing on top. Replace the pan in the oven as swiftly as possible, close door and don't open it for at least 25 minutes. Should be perfect.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Parnham View Post
    Fred, I found that the flour in Philippines was spot on. I think it was labelled all purpose flour. Put pan in oven at 200% with approx two or three tablespoons of oil. Whilst that is heating up, three tablespoons of flour, one egg and a pinch of salt with half and half milk and water mixed to the texture of evaporated milk. When your oil is smoking hot, remove from oven and pour in your mixture, making sure that it's well-whisked with plenty of bubbles showing on top. Replace the pan in the oven as swiftly as possible, close door and don't open it for at least 25 minutes. Should be perfect.
    I'm going to try that and follow exactly step by step.....
    Thanks for sharing your experience Michael


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    Quote Originally Posted by Terpe View Post
    I'm going to try that and follow exactly step by step.....
    Thanks for sharing your experience Michael
    How much milk and how much water in ml please


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    Quote Originally Posted by Terpe View Post
    How much milk and how much water in ml please
    Hello Peter, don't know what ml means, I've made Yorkshire puddings since I was three years old must have made one at least once a week, just start with say a teacup of each and whip it up with a fork and add a drop more until like evap. Let me know how you get on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Parnham View Post
    ... don't know what ml means

    Michael ... 'ml' is the abbreviated form of the metric capacity measurement, milimetres.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Little View Post
    Michael ... 'ml' is the abbreviated form of the metric capacity measurement, milimetres.
    Thanks Arthur, millilitre would be the word even though I wouldn't know how to measure a liquid, I still work with pints gallons and cups or mugs


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    Our food gets criticized by outsiders but aside from curry IMO you can't beat roast beef, yorkshire puddings & roasties.
    <<<< Me at the Taal Volcano in Tagaytay (November 2013). On this particularly visit to Pinas I arrived in Manila the day after Typhoon Yolanda wreaked havoc further south.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Parnham View Post
    Thanks Arthur, millilitre would be the word even though I wouldn't know how to measure a liquid, I still work with pints gallons and cups or mugs
    Michael ... my mistake; should've been mililitres ... !


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ako Si Jamie View Post
    Our food gets criticized by outsiders but aside from curry IMO you can't beat roast beef, yorkshire puddings & roasties.
    Nice one Jamie


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Little View Post
    Michael ... my mistake; should've been mililitres ... !
    No need to apologise Arthur, remember you're the man


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    I haven't tried cooking Yorkshire pudding yet....got all the ingredients ready though...time seems to slip past me these days....


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    Remember Peter, make sure the mixture has bubbles of air on top as you pour in to your bubbling hot pan, in the oven as quickly as possible and don't open oven door for approx. 20/25 minutes. Good luck and let me know how you progress


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Parnham View Post
    Remember Peter, make sure the mixture has bubbles of air on top as you pour in to your bubbling hot pan, in the oven as quickly as possible and don't open oven door for approx. 20/25 minutes. Good luck and let me know how you progress
    Micheal..I used to make fantastic Yorkshires in the UK.. Here..They dont rise!!
    I even had some plain flour sent from the UK..No difference. It`s a big mystery!


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    I know someone who just couldn't make Yorkshire puds; she substituted with pancakes. Sunday dinner wasn't so bad, they are a good seconder


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