How to Make Gluten-Free Yorkshire Puddings

Updated on September 11, 2017
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Mike's wife was diagnosed with Coeliac Disease in 2006 and since then they have embraced a gluten-free lifestyle at home and on travels.

Tasty Gluten Free Yorkshire Puddings Prior, Fresh Out The Oven
Tasty Gluten Free Yorkshire Puddings Prior, Fresh Out The Oven | Source

If you think of British cuisine, you won't be far from thinking of the traditional Sunday roast. Indeed the French sometimes refer to us Brits as "Les Rosbifs," and it would be true to say that no beef Sunday roast would be complete without a couple of Yorkshire puddings on the side. However, with the one of the core ingredients of a Yorkshire pudding being flour, when my wife was diagnosed as having Coeliac Disease, we knew we'd have to find a different recipe than the one I had inherited from my Mum.

To start with, we simply replaced our old recipe with gluten-free flour but whilst the new Yorkshire puddings were tasty enough, they never rose, leading to a doughy consistency rather than the airy and crispy texture that makes a good pud.

I tried various different recipes using different flours, proportions of ingredients and techniques but eventually, having taken the best bits of those that I tried, I settled on this recipe which, in my opinion, makes Yorkshire puddings as good as those I used to make with "normal" flour.

Delicious Yorkshire Puddings can be made from these simple ingredients.
Delicious Yorkshire Puddings can be made from these simple ingredients. | Source

Ingredients

  • 2 Eggs, Medium/Large
  • 100ml Whole Milk
  • 75g Gluten-Free Plain Flour
  • Olive Oil
3.7 stars from 17 ratings of Gluten Free Yorkshire Puddings

Cook Time

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 30 min
Ready in: 40 min
Yields: 12 Gluten Free Yorkshire Puddings

Instructions

  1. Measure out your milk in to a measuring jug.
  2. Add one egg and the white of a second egg to the milk, and whisk together.
  3. Sieve in the gluten-free plain flour. We use Dove's Farm plain gluten-free flour mix as it is readily available in our local stores. However, I am sure that other plain flour mixes would also work.
  4. Where possible, leave the mixture to sit for at least 30 mins to allow it all to settle. Some people will tell you it is best to leave in the fridge, but I have found it works just as well at room temperature.
  5. Pre-heat your oven to 190 degrees Celsius.
  6. Five minutes before putting your puddings in the oven, place a small lug of oil in each of the 12 holes. Depending on the depth of your tin you may need to do a bit of trial and error to get the volume right. Too much and the Yorkshire Puddings will be too greasy, too little and they won't crisp up quite right. I use about half a teaspoon per hole.
  7. Add the pan and oil to the oven and heat until the oil is sizzling hot.
  8. Remove the hot pan from the oven and pour your batter mixture evenly between the holes. Return to the oven as quickly as possible.
  9. Cook for 30 mins. However, if like me you only have a single oven, you may find the temperature determined by the meat. In this case adjust cooking times based on the oven temperature.
  10. After they are cooked, they should have risen and be nice and crispy. Serve up with some roast meat and some delicious vegetables to create the perfect Sunday roast.
Doesn't this look appetising? Gluten Free Yorkshire Puddings as part of a delicious Sunday Roast (apologies to the purists as this meal is with Turkey rather than Beef but I think that Yorkshire's go with all meats!)
Doesn't this look appetising? Gluten Free Yorkshire Puddings as part of a delicious Sunday Roast (apologies to the purists as this meal is with Turkey rather than Beef but I think that Yorkshire's go with all meats!) | Source

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        stereomike83 

        5 months ago from UK

        So glad they worked for you as well!

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        Runner Mo Mac 

        5 months ago

        I made these to go with my daughter's garlic and herb butter crusted prime rib for Christmas dinner. These are THE BEST gluten free Yorkshire puddings yet. Super easy and they puffed up like a regular flour popover. So happy I found this recipe!

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