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Re: DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW MUCH BATTER TO PUT IN THIS MUFFIN TOP PAN?

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@Etoile308 - I spoke with my friend in England today and described the type of pan you mentioned (2 to 2 1/2 inches deep, smaller in diameter than the one shown) and she said that sounds like the type of pan she makes mince pies in.

 

Just a thought.

 

ETA:  (Also, in looking on Amazon just now, what you describe almost looks like a popover pan.  Not the same thing at all as a Yorkshire pudding pan.)

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@Etoile308 - I spoke with my friend in England today and described the type of pan you mentioned (2 to 2 1/2 inches deep, smaller in diameter than the one shown) and she said that sounds like the type of pan she makes mince pies in.

 

Just a thought.


 

 

@Venezia   I posted a few days ago that these are the measurements of my pans,  1/2" deep and four inches wide, not what you said.

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@mousiegirl - I'm not sure, if there's some confusion going on here, but I was responding to @Etoile308.  See my post #24 where I first responded to @Etoile308 who thought a Yorkshire pudding pan would have much smaller dimensions.

 

The pan you posted a photo of is what those in England call a Yorkshire pudding pan.  And on Amazon there are sellers who refer to it as that.  The "muffin top" pan and a Yorkshire pudding pan are identical.

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@mousiegirl - I'm not sure, if there's some confusion going on here, but I was responding to @Etoile308.  See my post #24 where I first responded to @Etoile308 who thought a Yorkshire pudding pan would have much smaller dimensions.

 

The pan you posted a photo of is what those in England call a Yorkshire pudding pan.  And on Amazon there are sellers who refer to it as that.  The "muffin top" pan and a Yorkshire pudding pan are identical.


 

@Venezia   Amazon has specic pans for Yorkshire Pudding and they look nothing like what I bought.  You can't make them in pans only 1/2" deep.

Take a look.

 

 

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@mousiegirl - Please don't tell me or my Yorkshire husband that we can't make Yorkshhire pudding in exactly that pan.  We, his family and our friends have been doing it for decades upon decades.

 

But just to make absolutely sure I just measured our pan.  The "wells" are 1/2 inch deep and 4 inches across.  And that pan came directly from England.  It's the standard Yorkshire pudding pan.

 

Do you even know what a Yorkshire pudding is?  Many people don't.  (BTW, search Amazon for "Wrenbury Yorkshire Pudding Pan" and you'll not only see the pan but the Yorkshire puddings!  Sorry I can't post a link.)

 

End of discussion for my part.  (My DH just said "Oh, I guess I'd better stop trying to make them then.")

 

Enjoy your muffin tops.