Leeds property news: Time to get your best batter on for Yorkshire Pudding Day

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Many great things epitomize the people of Yorkshire – their wit and wisdom, their indefatigable spirit and their recipe for the eponymous Yorkshire Pudding.

So, in recognition of this traditional pud, one housebuilder is encouraging its residents and Yorkshire folk to get busy in the kitchen on Sunday February 1 to honour British Yorkshire Pudding Day.

“Cooking and eating the Yorkshire Pudding is a much debated topic in households across the region and beyond and we’d love to know what Yorkshire folk think is that secret ingredient to making the perfect pud,” commented Steve McElroy sales director Miller Homes Yorkshire. “Or, is there a particular tradition that your family enjoys such as eating them separately as a starter or cold for supper later with syrup or raspberry jam?”

Whilst, the first recipe was recorded in 1737 and would have been cooked over an open fire oven, today’s technology has made cooking the pudding a little simpler however, the perfect recipe remains a highly personal and often closely guarded family secret.

“Preparing and cooking Sunday lunch can be a great time for families to catch up especially in one of our well designed kitchens and is a great chance for tips and recipes to be passed from generation to generation,” said Steve.

“Every kitchen in our new homes is designed to provide ample space for food preparation but also to encourage the social aspect of cooking and dining whether there are two or twenty waiting to be fed.”

Yorkshire’s very own James Martin has said that 200g of plain flour, three eggs and 300ml of milk, together with vegetable oil for the tins, creates his Yorkshire Puddings. However, we’d like to know your top tips and recipes so why not share them with us either on Facebook www.facebook.com/MillerHomesLtd or via Twitter at twitter.com/millerhomesuk. And, while you’re mixing up some batter perhaps you could also share top tips and recipes in preparation for Shrove Tuesday on Tuesday February 17 too.

If you and your family could do with a brand new kitchen in a brand new Miller Home you could visit one of its eleven developments located across the region. Properties range from one bedroom apartment to five bedroom luxury homes and are currently priced between £69,995 and £550,000.

Miller Homes is part of The Miller Group. Since it was established in 1934, Miller Homes has built more than 100,000 homes across the UK, providing a variety of properties to meet the needs of a wide range of purchasers at all stages of the property ladder.

Miller Homes operates in eight regions across the UK –Scotland East, Scotland West, North West, Yorkshire, North East, East Midlands, West Midlands and Southern. They offer a variety of incentives, including government-backed schemes and its own schemes to help homebuyers. Visiting www.millerhomes or call 0808 250 6438.