WHEN Boxing day swings around, are you left wondering what to do with your leftovers?
Curries, pies, even sandwiches spring to mind, but this recipe may provide the best use of your yummy Christmas dinner leftovers.
The full ‘batter-wich’[/caption]
The recipe on Tiktok, which has 1.5 million views, shows a huge Yorkshire pudding placed on a grill machine whilst getting filled with Christmas dinner leftovers.
Lily Ghoradti, who appeared in Channel 4 and Netflix’s Crazy Delicious’ TV show, created the idea, but only began cooking in 2017.
She begins with a scoop of bread sauce, then a spoonful of stuffing, followed by 2 slices of turkey meat, pushed down to make room for cranberry sauce then some brussels sprouts, carrots and peas all topped off with ANOTHER Yorkshire pudding.
The ‘batter sandwich’ filled with Christmas scraps is then lightly pressed and grilled in the panini machine and then dipped in a bowl full of gravy.
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Many debated about the consistency of the gravy, which was served on the side of the Christmas ‘batter-wich’.
“The absolute panic until I saw the gravy,” one said.
Many called the recipe ‘illegal’ as another said it was: “Absolutely criminal how watery that gravy is.”
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“Did you dip it in your tea on accident mate?” Joked one commenter.
There were however, many fans of the ideas too, as one admitted: “This is genius.”
“I need one, right now, please,” said another urgently as one said they knew they wanted this for their tea today.
Some were left wondering where their favourite part of the festive meal is, saying: “Wheres the Pig in Blanket??”
“All toasted stuff needs cheese,” added another as some debated whether Yorkshire puds even belong in a Christmas dinner.
Colourful Christmas cranberry sauce topped off the meat[/caption]
The towering Yorkshires are squashed by the grill to intensify the flavours[/caption]
Yes, even vegetables made the dish[/caption]
The gravy side was welcomed but controversial[/caption]
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