Frozen Yorkshire pudding in air fryer! Have you tried cooking frozen Yorkshire pudding in your air fryer? It is quick, easy, and perfect for a quick meal. Enjoy your Sunday dinner with this delicious English classic side dish. You can serve as a side dish to a roast chicken, thanksgiving turkey, or perfect leg of lamb roast with gravy or roast potatoes.
These frozen Yorkshire puddings are pre-cooked. All you have to do and you reheat them. Depending on the size, it takes about 5 minutes to cook Yorkshire pudding from frozen in the air fryer.
Air Fryer Frozen Yorkshire Pudding
This dish only needs one premade ingredient. No extra oil is required, and no need to season as most come pre-seasoned. If you are wondering why you should air fry frozen Yorkshire pudding. Simple, it saves time, and you do not have to make it from scratch. You can make yours at home if you prefer.
You can also have it for dessert with flavored syrup and ice cream.
What you need
Frozen Yorkshire pudding: use any brand of choice. I used aunt Bessie's Yorkshire pudding.
Air fryer temperature varies depending on size, make, and model. My delicious cravings recipe time is subject to a preheated air fryer. If you are trying this recipe for the first time, deduct 2 minutes from the cooking time and increase it if needed to allow the food to cook evenly.
How to Cook Frozen Yorkshire Pudding in the Air Fryer
Preheat the air fryer to 200C/400F for 2 mins.
Transfer the frozen Yorkshire pudding to the air fryer basket. Cook for 4-5 minutes at 190C/375F until golden and crispy outside. Flip the pudding halfway through for even cooking.
Remove the pudding from the air fryer, serve, and enjoy!
How to Store and Reheat Frozen Yorkshire Puddings
You can store Yorkshire pudding in the fridge or freezer.
Reheat the Yorkshire puddings in the air fryer for 2-3 minutes at 170C/340C to get them crispy again.
- You can stagger stack the Yorkshire pudding in the air fryer.
- There is no need to defrost. You can cook directly from frozen in a few minutes.
Frozen Yorkshire Pudding
- Air fryer
- 4 frozen Yorkshire puddings
- Preheat the air fryer to 200C/400F for 2 mins. Transfer the frozen Yorkshire pudding to the air fryer basket. Cook for 4-5 minutes at 180C/360F until golden and crispy outside. Flip the pudding halfway through for even cooking.
- Remove the pudding from the air fryer, serve, and enjoy!
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