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The first column serves 48, the larger amount serves 240.
|Brown stock or beef soup base**
Beef fat dripping or rendered suet
|1. Combine stock and drippings; mix well.
2. Brush muffin tins with fat mixture; heat at 230 deg. C. or 4 min.
Eggs, whole, fresh, lightly beaten
Flour, all purpose
|3. Combine ingredients; mix well.
4. Pour 60 ml batter into each muffin tin.
5. Bake at 230 deg. C. for 20 min. Reduce heat to 120 deg. C, continue baking 25 min or until firm to the touch and golden
|**If soup base is used, reduce salt amount in recipe.|
|Traditionally British, served hot with roast beef, 1
People usually put gravy over there mashed potatoes and Yorkshire pudding too.
|Portion: 30g. (1 Yorkshire pudding) Fiber
Protein 4.75 g.;
Fat 2.64 g; Carbohydrate 11.61 g.; % of calories from fat 26;