TFF~Yorkshire Popovers

26 06 2009

One of the really great things about Tyler Florence is his versatility.  If I’ve got a particular item in the fridge, I can almost always find a recipe for it by Tyler Florence.  So…when we finally got a chance to cook the sweet little prime rib roast I found at the market, I searched to see what Tyler had going on.  I try to keep my eye out for a single bone prime rib at about 3 pounds.  A little more is better, a little less makes it touchy to cook right.  Sure enough, Tyler had an “Ultimate” recipe for prime rib with a garlic-horseradish crust.  Splendid.  In America one immediately asks what kind of potatoes are you having?  Except we’re out of potatoes at the moment.  And then the light came on…it’s a standing rib roast…why not Yorkshire Pudding?  And…does Tyler have a recipe??  You betcha!

My submission for this week’s Tyler Florence Fridays is Tyler’s Yorkshire Popovers.  This is a keeper!  The batter came together in the time it took the pan to preheat and cooked up perfectly.  The popovers always fall, but these held their shape nicely through the meal.  They were absolutely the perfect side dish for any steak, but especially Prime Rib!

And take a look at what we did for a brunch re-run the following day…Yorkshire Popovers filled with prime rib bites and a poached egg, with horseradish cream on top…mmmm! Seriously, a great recipe!




7 responses

29 06 2009

I am a big lover of breakfast foods and love the redo with the popover benedict!! I agree about Tyler. I can almost always find enough ingredients in my kitchen for a Tyler recipe. Looks great.

28 06 2009

More British food! Bravo.

I just wanted to let you know that the Cook the Books roundup is now posted and your scones really shined in there.

Thanks for joining us. Deb has picked Nicole Mones’ novel “The Last Chinese Chef” for our next pick and it is really good.

27 06 2009

I want to come to your house for dinner. Please? 🙂

27 06 2009

I had better not let my husband see this – he loves prime rib and popovers. And you certainly get the award for most creativity with the leftovers!

27 06 2009

i need to try these. i’m with you, i love tyler’s versatility too. i just wish he had a bagel recipe, that’s one place i found he’s lacking!! 😛

27 06 2009

OMG! That shot of the prime rib with the popovers is amazing! I’ve never tried popovers, they seem scary to me!

26 06 2009

Those popovers look incredible and I love the next day’s brunch too–it looks so decadent and delicious!

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