Ideal with a sunday roast or with sausages and onion gravy as toad in the hole.
200 ml milk
140g plain flour
Whizz all the ingredients together. Put some oil in the dish you want to make the puds and heat it in the oven for about 5 minutes at gas mark 6-7. Take the tray out pour in the batter and cook for 30 to 40 minutes for a large pudding or 10-15 minutes for smaller ones. Try not to open the door of the oven for the first 10 minutes.
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I am writing this blog so that all of the recipes in my head and on scraps of paper can be recorded for my children and grandchildren. As I am trying to get the recipes up as quickly as possible there may be errors in for example the time of cooking as I have never really written this down, however I have tried to put realistic times and if anything the times given will be a bit less than required. Over time I will modify each description as I cook that particular item.
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