RSS hírcsatorna






Nyelvvizsga - gyakorló tesztek és feladatok

Yorkshire Pudding

Olvasd el a szöveget és válaszolj a magyar nyelvű kérdésekre magyarul! A válaszaid csak a lényeget érintsék, mellékes információt ne tartalmazzanak!

Reading Comprehension | Maximális pontszám: 10

Yorkshire Pudding

Yorkshire pudding is a dish made from batter. It is most often served with roast beef, chicken, or any meal in which there is gravy, or on its own. Gravy is considered an essential accompaniment by many, and when the pudding is eaten as a starter, onion gravy is usually favoured. It may have originated in Yorkshire, but is popular across the whole of the United Kingdom. It is often claimed that the purpose of the dish was to provide a cheap way to fill the diners - the Yorkshire pudding being much cheaper than the other constituents of the meal - as the Yorkshire pudding was traditionally served first.

Yorkshire pudding is cooked by pouring batter into a preheated greased baking tin containing very hot oil and baking at very high heat until it has risen.

Traditionally, it is cooked in a large tin underneath a roasting joint of meat in order to catch the dripping fat. Yorkshire pudding may also be made in the same pan as the meat, after the meat has been cooked and moved to a serving plate. It is not uncommon to cook them in muffin tins, using 2 or more tablespoons of batter per muffin, with 1-2 tablespoons of oil in each tin before preheating the pan to very hot. Today, individual round puddings baked in bun trays or baking tins are increasingly prevalent, and can be bought frozen.

The Yorkshire pudding is a staple food of the British Sunday dinner and in some cases is eaten as a separate course prior to the main meat dish. This was the traditional method of eating the pudding and is still common today. Because the rich gravy from the roast meat drippings was used up with the first course, the main meat and vegetable course was often served with a parsley or white sauce.

When baked with sausages within the batter, it is known as toad in the hole. In pub cuisine, Yorkshire puddings may be offered with a multitude of fillings, with the pudding acting as a bowl. The pudding can also be eaten as a sweet dish, with jam, golden syrup, or sugar.

Based on Wikipedia

Questions

1. Milyen alapanyagok kellenek a Yorkshire Pudding elkészítéséhez?

2. Milyen étellel együtt szokták feltálalni?

3. Miért lett népszerű a történelem során ez az étel?

4. Milyen töltelékek szokásosak?

5. Mit nevezünk toad in the hole-nak?



search EN EN EN | Saját szótár | You bet - ez olyasmi, mint magyarul a "persze, naná". Szó szerint fogadhatsz rá