This week, inspired by The Great British Bake Off, I’ve partnered with AEG to create the quintessential Great British Yorkshire Pudding!
Earlier this year, I received an AEG SteamBake oven, (you can read my review here) and I absolutely love it! The steam cooking keeps the dough moist on the surface to create a golden colour and tasty crust on your bakes, while the centre stays soft and fluffy. Meaning Yorkshire puddings will always be deliciously golden brown!
I created this recipe which makes 10 monster Yorkshires, baked wonderfully in the SteamBake oven, perfect for a Sunday roast! Check out the video below for how they are made.
As well as an excellent oven for baking, the SteamBake oven is also a great all-rounder multifunction oven (with up to 13 functions) that grills, roasts and bakes. Mine also features pyrolytic cleaning, a food probe and soft close door! It was awarded The Good Housekeeping Institute seal of approval after rigorous testing and SteamBake is now available on all AEG single built in ovens at no extra cost.
I’ve used the SteamBake function on my oven for so many different things including Sun-Dried Tomato & Parmesan Loaf, Lemon & White Chocolate Muffins and a Baked Raspberry Cheesecake and the SteamBake function provided excellent results!
There are a 3 simple steps to SteamBake:
Step 1: Pour 100ml of water in the cavity at the bottom
Step 2: Select the SteamBake programme and press the SteamBake button
Step 3: Let the oven preheat and create steam for 5 minutes. Then add your fresh dough after the steam has dissipated.
The cool thing is, it’s not a steam oven as such but a normal built-in multifunction oven, with the added bonus of a SteamBake button.
To find out more, check out the AEG page here.
This is a sponsored post in partnership with AEG. All views and opinions are my own.