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Celebrate Yorkshire Pudding Day with us in true Yorkshire style



Celebrate Yorkshire Pudding Day with us in true Yorkshire style

We’re celebrating Yorkshire Pudding Day (Friday 13th October) in true Yorkshire style – with a beer!

Our Master Brewer, Wim van der Spek, has paired the infamous Yorkshire fodder with one of Little Valley Brewery’s finest beers to help wash it down.

“The Yorkshire pudding is a staple of a traditional roast dinner, not just in Yorkshire but all over the country. So, to celebrate one of our favourite days, we recommend pairing the delicious Yorkshire pudding and your chosen accompaniments with a bottle of our rich and roasted Stoodley Stout. If you’re feeling daring, you can even add the stout to your mixture!”

To create the perfect Yorkshire pudding, try out this recipe:

Servings: 4 large Yorkshire puddings

Time: 5 minutes preparation and 20 minutes cooking

Ingredients:

  • 70g plain flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 100ml milk (or 100ml of our Stoodley Stout)
  • Sunflower oil, for cooking

Cooking:

  • Pre-heat the oven to 230°C/fan oven 210°C/gas mark 8
  • Using a Yorkshire pudding tin or a non-stick muffin tin, lightly drizzle sunflower oil and place in the oven to warm
  • Add 70g of plain flour into a bowl with the two eggs and whisk until the texture is smooth
  • Whilst you continue to whisk, slowly add in 100ml of milk and continue to beat until the mixture is free from lumps
  • Pour the mixture into a jug and carefully remove the hot tray from the oven
  • Evenly pour the mixture into the tin
  • Put the tray back into the oven and cook for 20-25 minutes
  • Once the puddings have turned a nice golden brown, serve them immediately, drizzle with gravy and sip on a bottle of Stoodley Stout

If you’re after a bottle of Stoodley Stout this Yorkshire pudding Day, you can grab one via our online shop at Little Valley’s off licence at the brewery or any good independent retailer.


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