I'd sure love a vegan recipe for popovers or Yorkshire puddi

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snog
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I'd sure love a vegan recipe for popovers or Yorkshire puddi

Postby snog » Oct 1, 2010 12:05 am

I used to make Yorkshire puddings often. I adore them. But, alas, they call for eggs. I have noted many Brits on this forum and wonder if any of you folks would know of a way to make these puddings sans the eggs.

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Re: I'd sure love a vegan recipe for popovers or Yorkshire p

Postby meign » Oct 5, 2010 1:21 am

What's yorkshire pudding? I am kinda curious, I want to try this...

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Re: I'd sure love a vegan recipe for popovers or Yorkshire p

Postby snog » Oct 5, 2010 12:16 pm

Yorkshire pudding is basically a giant popover. Made with eggs, flour, milk and meat drippings and eaten with a roast. I'd made them with either whole wheat flour or white, eggs, and dairy milk. I know I could make it with soy or other types of vegan milks, but how to substitute for eggs, I have no clue. I do hope some one can help!

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Re: I'd sure love a vegan recipe for popovers or Yorkshire p

Postby meign » Oct 6, 2010 5:30 am

Aren't egg substitute effective? I have read a recipe that calls for egg but the egg was replaced by water and cornflour.

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Re: I'd sure love a vegan recipe for popovers or Yorkshire p

Postby snog » Oct 6, 2010 11:15 am

Well, that might work...corn meal. And something to leaven it. But the primary reason that Yorkshire pudding and popovers taste so great is because of the egg...

I think I will google ' vegan popovers' and see what comes up. If i do find something, I will post it, well, hopefully if my iPad will let me copy /paste. It is able to perform this task, but can be capricious.

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Re: I'd sure love a vegan recipe for popovers or Yorkshire p

Postby Eleonora » Oct 6, 2010 3:20 pm

I think you could try some corn starch or potato starch as a binder, and maybe some baking powder as a leavener.

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Re: I'd sure love a vegan recipe for popovers or Yorkshire p

Postby meign » Oct 7, 2010 8:28 am

I'll be waiting for that post snog... Don't worry I will help you out... Maybe there something that might even make the popovers taste the same...

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Re: I'd sure love a vegan recipe for popovers or Yorkshire p

Postby snog » Oct 7, 2010 10:51 am

Found this site with a wonderful recipe!!!

http://vegweb.com/index.php?topic=18253.0

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Re: I'd sure love a vegan recipe for popovers or Yorkshire p

Postby meign » Oct 7, 2010 11:08 pm

I will try this recipe... Thanks snog... Hope the first ingredient from the recipe will be easy to find here... :D

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Re: I'd sure love a vegan recipe for popovers or Yorkshire p

Postby saratickell » Jul 29, 2013 7:15 am

The recipe itself tastes very delicious! I wonder, when this cake will get baked, it will smell so sweet and wonderful. I am crazy for cheese layer which you mentioned that we can add, I guess increases the softness in the cafe. Too much mouth-watering one! Also, I like vanilla and orange/ lemon flavour, but as this is something new, gonna surely try for it.


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