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PremierLeague-News.Com - Victoria Rushton has gained a legion of online fans since sharing how she makes her massive Yorkshire puddingss
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A Yorkshire pudding lover has gained a legion online fans after she shared a picture of her massive 23inch Yorkshire puddings. Victoria Rushton uses a family recipe to create her giant oven-baked treats which filled her entire oven. The grandmother's trick is to use "plenty of eggs", water – and even a splash of gravy. And after baking them in her oven for 20 minutes, the result is a whopping pud that measures roughly 23inch (60cm) by 21inch (55cm). The South Yorkshire resident's huge roast dinner delicacies gained online fandom when her daughter tagged her in a post on Facebook asking for the best Yorkshire puddings. Victoria was "blown away" by the response which had garnered thousands of comments. Read more: Huddersfield beauty queen 'worried if she would live' through dark depression The 55-year-old from Barnsley said: "I was just like wow. My daughter asked me if I had seen the post and I hadn't. She said there was thousands of comments, thousands of likes and thousands of shares. "It was just absolutely wow - I just couldn't believe it." She added: People were saying that would like to see the size of my oven and things like that but it's just a normal size oven. "They were saying stuff like 'look at that size of that Yorkshire pudding oh my god' and everyone was just commenting about them." Victoria, a shop owner, says she’s been famous in her family for making huge Yorkshire puddings, after she was taught how to make them by her late father-in-law Frank 35 years ago. She said she normally serves her puds with 'loads of roast potatoes', mash, carrots, cauliflower cheese, broccoli and whatever meat she fancies that day.
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. Her secret for huge puddings is to use ‘plenty of eggs’ and use an equal mixture of water and milk to help them rise. She also adds the puddings to a really hot tray and adds a portion of the pudding mixture to her homemade gravy to thicken it up. But when her daughter saw entries in a competition online for the delicacy, she thought her mum’s left the rest in the shade. Then when Victoria placed a picture online a Facebook page, it made her creation ‘pudding of the week’ and added: “You could put to sea in that!” Victoria said: "My daughter messaged me saying ‘you should get one of yours on there – they’re better than any of these’.
Victoria Rushton's giant Yorkshire puddings (Image: Courtesy of Victoria Rushton / SWNS) "So I put one on. People kept coming on and saying ‘I’d love to see the size of her oven’. But’s it’s a normal oven, although it has a tray that’s like a roasting dish that slides in. I always make them that big, unless its just for me and my husband. They’re big enough for six." Victoria added: "My late father-in-law showed me how to make the mix, and they always rise as big as that. It's lovely, I just love my own Sunday dinner. A lot of people say that they cannot eat their own Sunday dinner and that they don't enjoy it. But I do, it's really good." Read next: Man whose last wish was to die at home passes away moments after stepping through door Huddersfield woman crashes car into fence and gets trapped after pressing wrong pedal Seedy photos inside Sheffield's abandoned brothel City Sauna show stained beds and rotting condoms Gang causes chaos on Yorkshire bridge after man thrown out of car and attacked Get breaking news by email by signing up to our newsletters
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