We can thank Martha for this one and talk about tasty. Of course she called it what it is - sausage and tomatoes in a savory pudding but for those of us who happen to love Yorkshire Pudding, we know it's just exactly that but on steroids. Hey, it might not look pretty and certainly not as gorgeous as Martha's, but along with a salad it made for a rather lovely dinner.
I used fresh Bratwurst sausages all browned up nice along with some green onions and joined in the pan by a handful of cherry tomatoes, the whole thing's covered up in a blanket of pudding mix that's simply flour, milk, eggs, salt and a touch of melted butter, or olive oil in my case.
Thirty minutes in a hot oven and it comes out puffy, glistening and smelling absolutely delicious. Give it a try and I'll bet you'll be amazed. I just have a few hints for you - a 10 inch cast iron frying pan is a must and for a successful rise to your yorkie pud, I've found it best to whiz the mixture together about an hour before I need it and let it sit on the counter getting happy. Don't ask me why, it just works best that way. Oh, one more thing - add the tomatoes after you've poured in the pudding because that way they'll stay where you put 'em. I didn't do that so they kinda' floated around a bit.
Hit the link and head to Martha for the recipe. It's not that I'm lazy or anything. I just have a few fires to put out this morning. TTFN (ta,ta for now).
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