Taste great !
Don't take up much space in the freezer, taste great and not as dry as the ready made-reheat ones. I do find they stick together, but just leave them out for a couple of minutes and separate with a blunt/butter knife and pop the ones I don't need back in the freezer (survived this so far!). They do take a while to cook on a high heat (as per cooking instructions), so if you're used to the ready made, reheat ones, make sure the oven is hot enough and you allow plenty of time.
As a singleton I keep a pack of these in the freez
As a singleton I keep a pack of these in the freezer so I can pop one in the oven when needed. Not quite as good as homemade but not far off and FAR better than the pre cooked ones you just reheat in the oven.
we have been using these for @ least 20 yrs. & no
we have been using these for @ least 20 yrs. & no problem. They have never stuck together at all. Maybe the person that had them or the shop where bought from had either been frozen @ to cold a temperature, or they had been partly thawed then refrozen!
Much better than pre-cooked frozen ones
lovely much better than pre-cooked frozen ones. taste like home made ones
Next best thing to homemade
These are much better than the pre-made ones that are always too crispy and airy for my liking. As these are raw batter you can cook them as you please, so I usually cook for a bit less than the recommended time as I like them to be a bit softer and more chewy. The only trouble with them is they're very difficult to separate from each other. Like really difficult. You often need to prise them apart with a knife or spoon but this risks damaging the foil they need to be cooked in.
Shame that these haven't been available for the last couple of weeks. We much prefer these to the frozen pre-cooked ones because these are soft in the middle and crisp around the top, just like home made.
Uncookable and inedible
I must be missing something here. There are 12 foil tins for the Yorkshire’s, they are separated into 2 packs. In each pack there are six cases, two piles of three nested together, and a big clump of frozen batter, with no way of separating it into the separate foil cases. How am I supposed to cook it?! I can’t even melt the solid lump in the microwave to separate it a bit because of the foil trays. Uncookable and literally inedible! Not what you need to find in the middle of cooking a Sunday roast!
Cooked these as per the instructions but they came out like pancakes and pale on top. We prefer the loose Aunt Bessie's Yorkshire's that are popped in the oven for 4 minutes.
Best I have tasted
These are great, almost as good as home baked and much better than pre cooked ones.
Couldn’t separate for cooking grease everywhere. Several extra foil cases (waste)