Yorkshire pudding is a traditional English dish, often served as part of a Sunday roast dinner. Despite its name, it is not a dessert but a savory side dish. Yorkshire pudding is made from a batter consisting of eggs, flour, and milk or water. The batter is usually poured into a hot, oiled baking dish or muffin tin and baked in the oven until it puffs up and becomes golden brown.The exact origins of Yorkshire pudding are unclear, but it is believed to have originated in Yorkshire, England, in the 18th century. It was traditionally served as a cheap way to fill up diners before the more expensive meat dishes were served. Nowadays, it is a beloved accompaniment to roast beef, often served with gravy, and can also be found in variations served with other meats and in different shapes and sizes. Yorkshire pudding is known for its crispy exterior and soft, doughy interior, making it a comforting and satisfying side dish.

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