Another Traditional British Dish in honour of the Royal Wedding. Just one Fillet Steak is all that’s needed to make twelve of these little bites of heaven
You can change the meat you use in this dish quite easily – try with some Gammon and Mustard, Lamb and Mint Sauce or some Pork and Apple Sauce.
To Make 12
125g Plain Flour
1tsp Mustard Powder
2 Large Eggs
3tbsp Sunflower Oil, plus extra for brushing
1 Beef Fillet Steak
2tbsp Crème Fraiche
2tbsp Whole Grain Mustard
2tbsp Horseradish Sauce
1. Heat an oven to 220C and sift the Flour, Mustard Powder and Salt into a bowl. Add the Eggs and Milk, then stir well, whisking to form a batter. Set aside for twenty minutes
2. Using a Bun Tin, put a little Oil in the base of each, and heat in the oven for at least ten minutes. When the Oil is beginning to steam, take great care pouring the batter into each hole
3. Bake for fifteen minutes until golden brown, and each Yorkshire Pudding has risen. Remove from the Oven and set to the side.
4. Brush each side of the Steak with a little Oil. Heat a griddle pan, and cook the Steak for four to five minutes on each side. Leave to rest for ten minutes, and slice finely.
5. Mix the Crème Fraiche, Mustard and Horseradish together well, then spoon a little into each cooled Yorkshire Pudding, then top with a slice of Steak.
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