The title of this recipe may sound odd as I'm pretty sure they don't have Yorkshire puddings in Turkey. This recipe is a bit of a fusion of Turkish and English cuisine. A Turkish friend of mine made it for me a few years ago and I have been obsessed with this new way of serving Yorkshire puddings ever since. You can make your own Yorkshire puddings but I tend to use shop bought ones quite often for the convenience. If you would like to make your own you simply whisk together a cup of flour, a cup of milk and a cup of eggs. Then you pour it into muffin tins and bake. Once cooked you can add the filling. These Yorkshire puddings are filled with a mixture of tomatoes, mushrooms and onions and sprinkled with cheese.
tin of tomatoes or fresh tomatoes
grated cheddar cheese
To make the filling, chop and fry the onions until soft. Then, add the mushrooms and fry for a few minutes. Lastly, add the tinned tomatoes and cook for 20 minutes. Add seasoning.
Spoon the mixture into the Yorkshire puddings and sprinkle with grated cheese. Then, bake in the oven for 10 minutes or until cheese has melted.