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Amerishart here. I started making “streaky bacon” and got a craving for Yorkshire puddings which I’ve made before with grease from a roast. How do you think they’ll be with bacon drippings?

>> No.17840730

Fuck yeah, will turn out great for sure

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Hopefully so. Got my batter ready and drippings on the way.

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Adding some butter into the drippings.

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Oven preheating

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>> No.17840801

Doesn't butter have too low smoke point for this hmm we'll see I guess

>> No.17840809

It'll probably darken the bottom if he cooks at 200°C/390F

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It smoked a bit but not much since I had the other drippings on top. I just wanted to give it a bit of butteriness. It’s doing it’s final cook now.

>> No.17840822

shit. lard has a more neutral taste. pls make yorkshire pudding properly, it's all we have

>> No.17840828

really good. so much more flavourful than lard. please keep helping us improve yorkshire pudding, it's all we have

>> No.17840833

I thought the point was to compliment the dish you’re making with a nice pudding. What better way to compliment a breakfast than a porky Yorkshire. It’s an untapped piece that could go well in an American market if done right.

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Letting them go another couple mins

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Testing product

>> No.17840886

pls don't ruin yorkshire puddings like a brute. roast drippings are acceptable but bacon drippings are too salty. i hope you are making gravy with those drippings and pouring it over the yorkshire puds

>> No.17840887

abysmal. appalling.

>> No.17840891

>no crispy browning
>that pool of butter

good lord how horrid

>> No.17840892

Nope, I'm trying to make a nice tasting breakfast pudding and in all honesty, I think I succeeded. I could eat these as part of a hearty breakfast.

>> No.17840894

Yeah, I shouldn't have added the extra butter. In my defense, I was trying to make a breakfast version of the product. Taste-wise, I'm very happy with it. I've never made them from bacon fat before so this was just an experiment.

>> No.17840897

>Amerishart here.

>> No.17840900

next time strain the bacon grease and add lard instead of butter. are you heating.the grease to smoke point before adding the batter? the puds should be crispy all over

>> No.17840909

Yeah, I am, I think I had too much grease/butter to batter ratio. I was trying to ensure to get the bacon flavor into it but also make sure it stayed buttery. I've made them with roasts plenty of times perfectly but wanted a more bacony breakfasty flavored one. Unfortunately didn't get the right consistency, but it's all part of experimenting.

>> No.17840910

I took them out a bit earlier cause I was following my old recipe too and I wanted to make sure I didn't burn them. I think I could have let them sit in for a while longer.

>> No.17840915

Why are you all calling biscuits pudding

>> No.17840919

Why haven't you made a breakfast yorkshire yet? Why am I an amerishart trying to do it for you? Instead of accusing me of ruining them why dont you give me a breakfast Yorkshire recipe? You're missing out on a great use of them.

>> No.17840926

Good attempt cunt, lesson learnt. Ignore the Yorkshire purist fags

>> No.17840949

Well because I'm a British and you're shit so fuck off.

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