We had roast beef today, and we really wanted to have Yorkshire puddings with it, but I was sure it wouldn’t work to just use cornflour. Hubby is stubborn though (in a good way) and decided we’d just try anyway. I did a quick web search for proportions of milk/flour/eggs – and found that recipes are extremely variable. The simplest one just used equal volumes of egg, flour and milk, but other recipes varied the proportions a lot. I didn’t actually search for gluten free recipes (why not? – no idea), so we made it up.
I felt I deserved the roast and puddings, as I’d been out for a walk/run earlier on, and managed to run for a total of 30 minutes, in several chunks. It was hard going to start with, then I remembered to ‘think Chi’ (as in Tai Chi) and concentrated on keeping my chin up, and my body aligned, and it really did seem easier. Slowing down a bit probably helped too. 🙂