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On steroids for sure! Dutch Baby, Yorkshire Pudding...whatever you call it, it looks like a good meal.

It's some yum, for sure!

Wow this is a great idea, and my local butcher makes the most wonderful tomato flavoured pork sausages that would go a treat with this recipe. I have to say the addition of butter/oil in the batter mix is strange, we dont do that over here, that could be inhibiting the rise, I use my batter straight from the mix and always get a 4 inch minimum rise...lol!

Shaun - It would be wonderful with the sausages you mentioned. As for the batter, I guess we each have our own methods which is what cooking's all about but I know what you mean about the oil/butter but it didn't seem to hurt the rise.

I think it is perfectly beautiful the way it turned out - and it would not have been prettier if you would have organized toes little darling drops of red! It is truly a feast for the eyes!

I have always wanted to make this great dish -- I've only had it in a pub on a trip to England and loved every bite. Yours looks delicious!

Can't wait to make it again and I have a feeling the Big Guy wouldn't complain a bit either. LOL

I got some lovely vine on cherry tomatoes from my local farm shop yesterday and a pack of plump sagey Lincolnshire sausages and I thought about this recipe, and I have to say it was super, the sweetness of the tomatoes against the savoury batter...I left them on the vine so the little buggers stayed in place, it just pulls off after roasting, and dare I say it the cold leftovers with a smear of hot dijon mustard made a wonderful breakfast today!

Good for you Shaun! So glad you tried it out and leaving the vine on the tomatoes was really a smart move, never mind the Lincolnshire sausages. You've made me crave this again.

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