Despite what its name may imply, Yorkshire pudding isn't really pudding at all. Rather, it's a delectable and addicting fluffy bread made with a batter of eggs, flour, butter, milk, and seasoning.
Yorkshire pudding was first made in the 1700s in England and today is served alongside roast beef and gravy.
Yorkshire puddings, affectionately known as Yorkies, are an integral part of the classic English "Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding" dinner. They are notoriously difficult to make well, many have struggled to get them to rise, and traditionally people will look to their mother or grandmother for tips on how to make Yorkshire pudding. Check out this video to learn how to make it with ease.