Toad in the Hole is a combination of sausages and Yorkshire pudding batter, baked together until puffy and crisp. A delicious and easy lunch, especially when served with mustard onion gravy!
I'm a British ex-pat living in Australia who gets the occasional bout of homesickness. This dish is an excellent cure! Equally good without the gravy. My Aussie hubbie enjoys it too, so it's gone into our dinner rotation. Best eaten with a glass of Boddington's or Newcastle Brown Ale. - 11 Oct 2014
This is a good recipe but good Yorkshire pudding requires very hot oil to be added to the batter before pouring over the sausages, don't just 'add a spoon of oil'. - 05 Oct 2013