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    For the Remoska fans part 2 .....We are in the groove



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    I knew I would get there in the end !!

    Toad in the hole, with a red onion gravy ( bit of red plonk in it too)

    Better pic this time , I have to share it tasted bloody luverly ....!!! The pud is a lot deeper than you think, I served up in a large pasta bowl so as to not waste any gravy !!!

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    Did you put the batter in a tin or straight in to the Remoska?

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    Straight in the Remoska worked for me, Carol. But make sure the Remoska is really, really, smoking-oil hot before you add the mixture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carol View Post
    Did you put the batter in a tin or straight in to the Remoska?

    I bought a loaf "tin" from home bargains. But it is silicone so you can distort it to fit.

    I used my spare stock pot and placed it on the hob the heater part of the remoska fits perfect. I put some oil in the loaf tin switched on the remoska and hob no 4 to get the heat as scampavan suggests.

    Added the sausage whilst the oil got smoking.

    The mix was third flour eggs and ss milk and a pinch of salt ( I used 2 eggs) the third mix, is what I used in the restaurant for Sunday carveries never lets you down.

    On a personal note I prefer the silicone loaf tin because easier to clean and oven gloves you can remove from the remoska but that is personal choice

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    Quote Originally Posted by channa View Post
    I knew I would get there in the end !!

    Toad in the hole, with a red onion gravy ( bit of red plonk in it too)

    Better pic this time , I have to share it tasted bloody luverly ....!!! The pud is a lot deeper than you think, I served up in a large pasta bowl so as to not waste any gravy !!!

    toad.jpg

    Channa
    Looking good my friend... Looking good! Like the pasta bowl idea, might try a washing up bowl myself tho!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreggBear View Post
    Looking good my friend... Looking good! Like the pasta bowl idea, might try a washing up bowl myself tho!
    I have a serious addiction to Yorkshire pudding

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    Not had "Toadintole" for years, going to have to reintroduce it in to my life, wonder if I can do it in my new double skillet? when out in the van....mmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by channa View Post
    I have a serious addiction to Yorkshire pudding

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    Can't fault you matey.... Think it's in the rules of being a Yorkshireman!

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