Product Type: Aunt Bessie's Food
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A Pudding To Be Proud Of.
Aunt Bessie's Yorkshire Puddings
Member Name: char2011
Aunt Bessie's Yorkshire Puddings
Date: 21/02/13, updated on 21/02/13 (118 review reads)
Advantages: quick to cook and taste very good
I love yorkshire puddings although I have not tried to make them from scratch before I guess Aunt Bessie is to blame. I love them on the side with my Sunday dinner they add a nice touch to my Sunday meals. Usually have about 2 or 3 depending on how I feel.
These Aunt Bessie yorkshire puddings are easy cook straight from frozen in the freezer to the oven. I usually us a foil covered baking tray to cook these and it takes not longer than 3-4 minutes at gas mark 6 before they are crispy golden and ready to eat. One thing that is a little hard annoying for me when cooking them is that the cook so quite and on a number of occasion I have burnt them. When all the dinner is ready I put them in the oven then go sit down for a minute till they are done next thing I know they are burnt because more than often I forget they are in the over because of how quick they are. I invested in an alarm so now when I cook them this doesn't happen to me anymore.
It was the taste of Aunt Bessie yorkshire puddings that have made me loyal to the brand. The Aunt Bessie yorkshire puddings have a very light/soft centre and a crispy outside. They go well with bisto gravy or mint sauce in my Sunday dinner and I have a couple of times just put some in the oven and eaten them alone. Wired I know :). I usually like mine straight out the over and well hot because they taste the best that way. The smell of these is appealing and they are good quality. From the freezer the look all scrunched up but when cooked the are a decent size
Although I have never made homemade ones myself I have tried some homemade ones and Aunt Bessie ones where just as good. For those who made homemade ones I'd recommend trying these because they will save you the hassle of making them and cut down you Sunday dinner preparation time.
The packaging for these is a little hard to spot in the supermarket because Aunt Bessie seem to give almost all there products near enough the same packaging either yellow or blue. The packaging is OK though but I do find having a small freezer that these do take up a lot of space. I once had to put them in the fridge because there was no space in the freezer and they taste vile so i would not recommend anyone do that.
Wheat Flour, Whole Egg, Egg White, Water, Vegetable Oil, Skimmed Milk Powder, Salt
Suitable for Vegetarians
Free From Artificial Colours
Free From Artificial Preservatives
Overall these yorkshire puddings stand out from the rest for me and are very nice. I would recommend these to anyone even those who home make them. These are perfect for everyone in the family I even got my sister to like these and she doesn't usually like this sort of thing.
Summary: great yorkshire pudding
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