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Dairy Free Spelt Yorkshire Puddings

12 x Spelt Flour Yorkshires (No Dairy)

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Ingredients

  • 250g Organic White Spelt Flour
  • 3 Large Free Range Eggs
  • 220ml Water
  • 1 good pinch Pure Sea Salt Flakes
  • 12 tsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Method

In a large jug, beat together the following ingredients with an electric mixer:

  • 250g Organic White Spelt Flour
  • 3 Large Free Range Eggs
  • 220ml Water
  • 1 good pinch Pure Sea Salt Flakes


Ensure all flour is incorporated into the batter, stop and scrape the jug with a spoon if necessary.
Get as much air into the mixture as possible. Set aside to rest at room temperature.

Preheat oven to 240 degrees centigrade, top and bottom heat (no fan).

Add 1 teaspoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil to each pan of a 12 pan patty tin. Brush the oil around the sides of each pan.
Place Patty tin in oven for 4 mins.
Beat the batter again, getting as much air in as possible.
Remove tin from oven and, working quickly, pour the batter into the patty tin. Stop around 1cm from the top of each pan. Even up pans with any remaining batter.

Place in oven and turn heat down to 220 degrees centigrade, cook for 22 mins.
Remove from the oven and set aside to cool in the tin for a few minutes.

Recipe by Sarah Willson - developed through trial and many errors.

Added by: SarahW


Tags: Spelt

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usual yorkshire puds with spelt flour

I have made a normal yorkshire pudding batter with spelt flour, 4oz flour, 2 eggs, salt and milk. Bakes as I usually do them at 220 c. First time using this flour and came out of the oven just the same, fluffy, risen beautifully and very tastey. Will try this recipe as well from Sarah Wilson, look good Sarah

jean 17 May 2020

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slight amendment to recipe
I have noticed that for shipton mill spelt you need an extra 10ml water in the recipe. I developed this using dove's farm stuff. Please also note that these yorkshires are of the bready satisfying type rather than wafty light and airy type, they should raise really well and be crisp on the outside though.

Sarah Willson - SarahW 24 February 2014

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I'd give it lots of stars
Just accidentally rated my own recipe with one star - oops! Please don't take any notice, it really does work, picture coming soon :o)

Sarah Willson - SarahW 24 January 2014

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RE: I'd give it lots of stars

Ha ha, they look like they certainly deserve many more stars

jean 17 May 2020


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