gluten free Toad in the hole

One of my favourite wintery meals is Toad in the hole, perfect on a rainy day like today.

I used Isabel’s naturally free from Yorkshire pudding 100g mix instructions on box. just add 160ml milk 2 eggs and 2tsp oil

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But you could also make batter using 125g of gluten free plain flour, pinch of salt,  make a well in the flour and beat in 2 eggs and a little milk. Once mixed together add a further 125ml milk and whisk to a smooth batter. Leave to stand for 30 mins. This recipe works well too.

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Cook gluten free sausages ( I love Black farmer sausages and M& S sausages ) for 1/2 hr. I add a little coconut oil to add a little more fat. Which helps with the batter later. Coconut oil has a high cooking temperature like lard, so works very well.

Then pour the batter around the sausages quickly so that the fat stays very hot and put straight back in the oven for approx 4o mins,  keep checking. When the batter is completely set and golden brown its ready to enjoy .

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One thought on “gluten free Toad in the hole

  1. Thanks for the recipe. 70 mins seems a long time for cooking sausages though.
    Hi Greg,
    Sausages need to be cooked through before adding batter, then depending on how thick the batter is . Needs cooking for at least 25mins or so depends on size of sausages, container etc A case of trial and error sometimes. Happy cooking : )

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