Jamie Oliver Needs Your Help Fighting For Food Education
I never got chance to say this is complete b*llocks.
Yorkshire pudding is served as a first course, a filler, and is never served with the main meal. It can be served as a desert, traditionally with golden syrup, however this is fairly rare.
The only way a Yorkshire pudding should ever be served with a main meal is when it is the main meal, a Toad in the Hole, or even with liver and onions served inside it. A Yorkshire pudding is also not a real Yorkshire pudding if it is made in a piddling little cupcake tin. It should be made in a roasting tin, the bigger the better, and served cut from the tin, but I’ll accept a 8-10 inch individual one if push comes to shove.
As an aside, part of my wife’s family come from across the border in East Lancashire, and a tradition there is to make a stew and dumplings, removing the dumplings, serve the stew, and serve the dumplings drizzled in golden syrup as a desert.
Hollow out the baguette, cook the shrimp for a few minutes with some butter and a little seasoning, Cajun is good, then fill the baguette with the shrimp.
Simple and very enjoyable.