Written on: 15/06/2009 by FlyGuy (11 reviews written)
As with most food items in 'Marks & Sparks', the prices can make the majority of shoppers splutter on thier frothy coffee's. Across the board I'm not convinced Marksies is as good as it used to be but speaking honestly I've never encountered any problems with the Yorkshire Pudding so I dont have any qualms paying a few more pence for a quality product. If you happen to be on a tight budget though I would recommend trying Iceland who sell 'Aunt Bessies, if you are in luck they may be on offer for just £1
I prefer a "homemade" Yorkshire Pudd, doesn't everyone? but if you can't cook or dont have a Yorkshire Pudding oven tray, i would wholeheartedly recommend the Marks&Spencer "ready made" Yorkshire Pudding.
Taking just a few minutes in the oven, the Marks and Sparks "ready made" Yorkshire Pudding is easily prepared by the most apprehensive in the Kitchen. It really is fool proof.
If you prefer your Yorkshire's a little more crispy rather than soft then simply leave them in for a couple of more minutes. You really get a feeling that you are in charge of the Marks & Spencer Yorkshire Pudding. The taste is good, and you get a fair amount of time with regards to the best before date also. If you did happen to buy a lot of this product because of this review then it might be an idea to bear in mind that you can freeze this product, just a little tip to avoid any waste.
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