Recipe: How to Make Popovers

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Today while everyone was away I whipped up a batch of potato soup for dinner.  And what goes best with potato soup?  Popovers of course! Please tell me you’ve had popovers before.  Please?  They are so delicious. You need to a make a batch for dinner this week.  Okay, maybe you need to bake two batches.  One for you, and one for everyone else.  Ha Ha Ha!

Ingredients
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 cup milk
2 eggs
1/2 teaspoon salt
3 teaspoons unsalted butter

Directions
Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Place 1/2 a teaspoon butter in each popover cup, place in the oven to melt, and set aside.

In a medium bowl combine the eggs, milk, flour, and salt until you have a thin batter. Fill each popover cup 1/2 full with batter and bake at 450 degrees  for 20 minutes. The decrease the oven temperature to 350 degrees and bake for an additional 20 minutes.

Remove from the oven and serve warm with a side of homemade jam or local honey.

Need a popover pan?

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Comments

  1. Quick question, can you just use a muffin pan? Thanks :-)

    • Hmm. I don’t know. A popover pan is about twice as deep as a muffin pan so I don’t know for sure. Sorry about that.

  2. Heather S. says:

    I was going to ask about the muffin pan as well :) I was reading the recipe and it doesn’t say what to put into the pan (I’m sure it’s 1/2 tsp butter – but it just says 1/2 tsp)… Is the popover pan shallower and deeper or just deeper? They look yummy – I may have to get the special pan just to try them!

  3. I use a muffin pan to make my popovers, it works fairly well. They probably don’t turn out quite as lovely as using a true popover pan but they are still hollow inside and taste so good!

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