Googie’s Kitchen presents Chickpea Yorkies

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As I have mentioned before on my blog my dear old dad was the king of roast dinners. Dad knew a lot about cooking a delicious roast. What he didn’t know he would find out or just make up as he went along. So I had to show you how to make these yummy alternatives to Yorkshire puddings. These are based on my Dad’s original recipe but I have added my gluten free twist. Have you guessed what it is yet? Below are the recipe and video for you.

Equipment needed

Chickpea Yorkies – Gifts from Grandpa
  • Large Batter bowl
  • Scales
  • Jug
  • Whisk
  • Muffin tray

Ingredients

  • Eggs x 2 large
  • Chickpea flour x 200g
  • Baking powder x 3 tsp
  • Milk x 200mls (your choice)
  • Salt x a pinch
  • Tasmari x a splash or two
  • Olive oil for the muffin tin

Method

  • Preheat oven to 200°C.
  • Add oil to the muffin tray and put it into the oven.
  • Weigh and measure all the ingredients.
  • Add the flour, eggs, milk, baking powder and salt to the large mixing bowl.
  • Whisk all the ingredients together and put into the fridge.
  • Preferably make the batter the night before and leave it in the fridge until you want to use it.
  • Once the oven has preheat remove the muffin tray.
  • The oil should be hot and sizzling at this point.
  • Pour in the batter mix evenly across the base of the muffin tray.
  • Put the tray back into to oven and cook for 15 -20 or until golden brown.
  • Don’t open the door during the cooking process as it may cause the Yorkies to sink.
  • Once they are cooked remove from the oven and serve immediately with your roast dinner.
Chickpea Yorkies – Gifts from Grandpa

Chickpea Yorkshire puddings are a great alternative for those of us with a gluten intolerance. We love them in this house. I made them for my parents a few weekends ago and even my Dad ate them. He said he enjoyed it which is a big deal for my Dad as he tends to enjoy his traditional foods. To be honest, I haven’t tried these with jam or honey yet but I bet they taste good like this too. However you decide to eat them, as always, enjoy.