I am going to finally treat myself to a popover pan. I've made them in the past in a regular muffin pan, okay but not fabulous.
My first encounter was many many years ago when I worked in the Sword and Kilt in Richomd. Those things were addictive and people would get right rude if we didn't have them or they had to wait for a batch to bake.
Who has a wonderful popover recipe?
Ina Garden, Barefoot Contessa, Food Network. Thats the one I use. I make Yorkshire pudding out of the batter. Good Luck, Sue
Here is mine -- it makes six which is perfect if you only have one popover pan. They are addictive and I adore them as well! Sigh, I don't make them often because I could eat the whole pan!
1 cup milk
1 cup flour
1/2 t. salt
Heat oven to 450. Generously grease 6 cup popover pan with butter. Place pan in oven 5 minutes to heat.
Beat eggs slightly in medium bowl with fork or wire whisk. Stir in flour, milk and salt with wire whisk just until smooth (do not overbeat). Take popover pans from oven and fill the cups half full. 'Bake for 20 minutes.
Reduce oven temperature to 350. Bake 15 to 20 minutes long or until deep golden brown. Immediately remove from pan. Serve warm. Makes 6 popovers.
NOTE: Do not open oven door while they are baking! If you don't have a popover pan, you can use a regular muffin tin, but you need to grease the muffin cups and preheat as you would the popover pan.
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Our whole family and extended family like them.
They are VERY addicting.
I like Ina's recipe best. Have several Southern cookbooks where I used those recipes previously that were great.
My popover pan is new, very tall, narrow cups.
The batter actually pops over the rim and come off the rims in perfect balloon shapes with the tiniest neck. Muffin cups work fine, too, the batter just doesn't have the same ability to pop over.
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