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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Yorkshire Beef Puff-recipe

This recipe was one I found in an old church cookbook and have used it many times with great results.  If you have leftover roast beef, or in our case, we eat moose, so it's roast makes it go a bit further and is delicious!!  Here's the recipe!

You will need 2 C. flour, 1/2 tsp. salt, 2 C. milk....

...4 eggs and cooking oil (the amount will vary).
 As well as about 4 C. of leftover roast beef (or moose!).
First crack the 4 eggs into a bowl and scramble them up with a fork.

Then add the flour, milk and salt.

Beat them all together for about 2 minutes.

Slice the leftover meat into small, thin pieces and....

...spread them over the bottom of a 9"x 15" deep sided pan
 ( I used my glass baking dish).Over this pour enough cooking oil to make a depth of approximately 1/2 an inch.  You can also use the drippings from the roast if you didn't use them to make gravy. 

Now, pour the batter over the whole works.

And it's ready to go into a 400 degree oven for 30 minutes.

On the go.


You can either use leftover gravy or make a quick mushroom sauce to pour over top.The mushroom sauce is just a can of cream of mushroom soup thinned with a bit of water or milk and heated up.

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  • At April 10, 2012 , Blogger Bryan and Vikki said...

    Wow..... So simple... And it would be wonderful... I wrote it down and will try it soon. thanks Vikki

  • At April 10, 2012 , Blogger Bryan and Vikki said...

    Sue.... I tried to Post your link onto our blog but couldn't do it. this is a fabulous receipe

  • At April 11, 2012 , Blogger Kate/High Altitude Gardening said...

    Wow. That sounds delightful. Must give this a try. But I gotta ask... Moose? Really?

  • At April 11, 2012 , Blogger Sue at the Little Shack said...

    Thanks Vicki!

  • At April 11, 2012 , Blogger Sue at the Little Shack said...

    Lol! Yes, Kate..we eat moose. My hubby is a great hunter and never fails to fill the freezer when we need it. We actually do the butchering ourselves as well. So, for us, the meat we eat either comes from chickens we raise and butcher ourselves or from a moose my husband shoots. It is a family process of putting meat on the table. It might be easier to just head to the local grocery store and pick up a steak or something, but we know our meat is fresh, chemical free, and had a happy life.

  • At April 11, 2012 , Blogger Earning My Cape said...

    That looks soooo yummy!!!

  • At April 11, 2012 , Blogger Sue at the Little Shack said...

    It really is! The kids keep asking when we are going to have it again!

  • At April 13, 2012 , Blogger Art By ASM said...

    That looks really great even though I am not much of a Beef Person but I would definitely love to try this! Thank You for sharing! I saw this recipe on the linky party. I am following you now. Please feel free to visit and follow back if you'd like. I would appreciate it!

    Happy Spring!

  • At April 13, 2012 , Blogger Sue at the Little Shack said...

    Thansk for stopping in Annamaria! I'll head on over to your blog!

  • At January 28, 2015 , Blogger Jennifer Roe said...

    A Southern girl loves gravy! Thanks for sharing on Tasty Tuesdays.


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