Recipes for Dinner
Preparing roast beef with Yorkshire pudding from England.
What’s for dinner Mom? This is a common question that a Mom hears from her children every night. Preparing dinner is pretty tough and it’s one of the daily problems of mothers in their life. Searching for recipes for dinner is quite a task. All Mommies want an easy yet a healthy menu for her family.
I have no idea what to prepare tonight for our family time until I found an English recipes for dinner while searching the net. Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding is a quick meal that can be served on weekend. An England-themed dinner is one of the great party ideas you can adapt. But first, let us learn something about Yorkshire pudding. There are absolutely various ways to cook and eat Yorkshire pudding, depending on where you live and on the tradition of your family. There is definitely no wrong way to eat it and it is very interesting to find out how locals eat this famous dish.
Before, Yorkshire pudding was served as a first course during dinner. It was best served with dripping thick gravy. It is a heavy first course meal that makes you feel full so that you won’t eat too much on your next meal. At present, Yorkshire pudding is light and crispy and it is now served with meat, beef is the best choice.
No matter how you serve this dish, you just have to remember the two important things in cooking them. You should place them in a very hot oven and the fat should be upside down, facing the oven tray. You can carve the meat before serving it to the table or you can just leave it as is and would be carved independently by family members. Some enjoyed recipes for dinner from England, but others are not as much. Boiled carrots and peas can be served as a side dish.
It is so convenient to prepare. Just heat the oven to 180C or 350F. Place3lbs beef sirloin into a baking tray and season it with salt and black pepper. You can rub rosemary to the beef if you want. Microwave 25g of beef dripping or you could simply melt it in a pan. Then pour it over the beef. Place the baking tray in the middle of the oven and roast for 70 minutes. Leave the beef in the oven. Put the 110g sifted flour in a large bowl. Make a well in the middle of the flour. Crack one large egg and place in the well. In a jug, mix 150ml milk and 150ml water together. Pour in the milk and water mixture to the flour and egg mixture. Slowly whisk the batter, add a pinch of salt while beating. Make sure that all the ingredients are mixed well. Cover with a cloth then leave it to stand for 40 minutes.
Easy tip: Leave the beef in the oven while you are cooking the pudding.
Heat the oven to 220C or 425F. Pour the remaining beef dripping into each holes of a muffin tray. Put in the oven for half an hour. Get the muffin tray and pour two tablespoons of the Yorkshire pudding mixture into each holes of the muffin tray. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes in the oven where the beef was. Take out the Yorkshire pudding while beef remains in the oven. Allow the beef to cool down, before carving. Preparing delicious recipes for dinner is truly exciting.