Sunday lunch 

We dont have a proper roast dinner very often any more… Sometimes its just quick veggies and gravy etc… 
Today I decided in honour of National Yorkshire Pudding Day, I would cook a proper roast for me, and a veggie one for L. 

I thought I would give you a quick look at how I make mine… 
Ingredients (My Pork Sunday Lunch)

*2 x pork loin steaks– roasted , nothing added.

*Broccoli – 4 florets boiled in water.

*Carrots – 1 chopped length ways and roasted in 3 sprays of frylight and salt.

*Smash- Cooked with hot milk, Low fat margerine, salt & pepper and Parsley I had 2 tablespoons

*Sweet potato – roasted with carotts, 3 sprays of frylight and salt.

*Apple sauce- 1tsp

*Yorkshire  puddings-

makes 9

2 eggs

75g plain flour

100ml milk

Frylight or oil for the tin. 

Heat up tray with frylight or oil in a hot oven. 

Beat eggs and milk in a jug and spoon in flour. Whisk until smooth and set aside until oil is smoking hot. 

Pour batter in and cook on the top shelf. On 200° until brown and crispy usually about 30-35 mins. Dont open the oven! 


I saved both meat juices and veg water. Mix meat juices with 1 tsp of plain flour and mix untilcrumble,crumble In one oxo cube and add a spoonful of veg water and mix in at a time!  

Hope you have all eaten well and are having a happy Sunday. 

Love Sooz x


17 thoughts on “Sunday lunch 

  1. Oh my! Minus the sweet potatoes, looks like my mom made this. My mom was from England. Are you in England?

    How I miss Yorkshire pudding! My mom would use some of the pork drippings to make the Yorkshire pudding. I’m going to have to make these soon!

    Mmmmmm! Thanks for sharing. ☺

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  2. I have never managed to make a successful Yorkshire pudding, gave up while still in my 20s. These days one daughter does not eat wheat, so no reason to try anymore. It was never a big thing when I was growing up despite having an English mother. Yours does sound good – maybe I will take myself out for dinner soon.

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  3. this is one of my favs, chicken yorkshire. i even wrote a blog post about it. i almost feel obligated to share it when brits talks about yorkshire pudding. i’ve got to find this yorkshire dude*; he made a pretty good pudding.

    england must really like this stuff. the post i wrote before was because some brit was talking nation yorkshire pudding day…on august 1. multiple national yorkshire pudding days, i’m down with that.

    *i know it’s a place

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