The all-time favourite canapé, here set up for delivery earlier this evening. For our finger buffet menu they are made slightly larger.
It helps to have two doors to your kitchen, so you can bypass the guests crowding around the first door waiting for these to come out - that way your guests at the other side of the room get a chance too. And it always helps to have more of these than anything else.
Once made up they need just 3 - 4 minutes in the oven to heat. Any more, and you risk the yorkshire puddings taking on the characteristics of charcoal......
Link to recipe & top tips to make the best yorkshire pudding on our Kitchen Tip #41. Here's how they were made.
Cooked in a miniture bun tin (look in your local kitchen shop), they are left to chill.