I used to be quite famous (er, among my family members but I’m still sticking with the word famous) for my Yorkshire puddings. Find out how to roast beef to succulent perfection. Serve with our easy Yorkshire pudding. My husband went shopping again and this time brought home a beef joint perfecting for roasting. I took it out in the morning to thaw, precisely the day that I had plans to meet some friends for lunch.
But the perfect roast beef really does need to be accompanied by a light, fluffy. I have tried some of the paleo Yorkshire pudding recipes, such as this one that uses green plantains. Bake for 15 minutes, or until the tops are puffy and brown. Tear open to expose the hot, buttery inside and top with roast beef (or turkey) and gravy! Ingredients.
A recipe for a paleo friendly version of yorkshire pudding. If you aren’t making a roast and don’t have beef drippings on hand, I have had success mixing two parts bacon fat to one part beef or chicken broth to create the equivalent.