Let’s be honest, Yorkshire puddings are one of the most divine creations to ever grace the earth. Light, fluffy, soft, and comforting, not to mention the perfect vehicle for pooling gravy, we’ll never get tired of eating them.
As the weather’s taken a dip in recent days, we’re craving proper comfort food – and that means some giant Yorkshires, obviously. Turns out, there’s a pub in Malton just an hour’s drive from Leeds that is pretty famous for its giant loaf tin puds. Perfect.
Called The Black Bull Inn, the 17th-century pub and restaurant is well known and loved for its epic Yorkshire pudding creations.
Cooked in their own homemade loaf tins, these beauties come filled with all sorts of tasty fillings before being served up with chunky chips, mash or jacket potatoes, veggies and lashings of beefy gravy.
Enjoy yours with a choice of pork sausage, steak and ale, topside of beef or mince and onion – plus all the extra naughty bits.
Or have it as part of their Sunday lunch carvery and go all out with extras like stuffing, cauliflower cheese, mash, and roasties.
As well as their huge stuffed Yorkshire puddings, there’s also some top-tier classic pub grub here. Think steak and ale pie, 12oz gammon steak, thick pork chops and Whitby scampi – plus seven different types of mash to choose from.
There’s cheesy bacon mash, caramelised onion mash, whole grain mustard mash, or mashes with horseradish, spicy chilli, blue cheese, or sour cream and garlic. Basically, the whole menu looks amazing.
If you feel like making a trip out of it, you can also stay the night at the Black Bull for as little as £40.
To see the full menu and find out more, head over to their website.
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