Seems counter-intuitive, but absolutely this. We don't even give house room to self-raising, as plain flour can always be converted if necessary.Sounds like Sr flour instead of plain - that's what I did wrong last week!
Four eggs seems more than enough, but it's been a while since I made Yorkshires.140ml flour, 4 eggs, 200ml milk (semi skimmed). Mix up with some salt and leave to stand.
Put the lard in the oven at 220ml and heat until it is smoking. The mixture should be room temperature and should sizzle when it gets poured into the oil. If it doesn’t sizzle, the lard isn’t hot enough. Oh and do not use olive oil due to the very high saturation point.
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What whisky is it ?
I am having a bog standard one with lemonade at the moment.
No we have been buying Aunt Bessies from the shops.She fancied doing her own.But she is from Preston Lancashire so at a disadvantage straight away.
Is semi-skimmed moo a problem? I use Soya milk because my better half has dairy allergies. Works quite well (9/10).