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Popovers

There’s not much to tell about popovers; they are light, very easy to make and they can definitely be used instead bread, for either breakfast or lunch. They are usually made using a sort of muffin pans but they get a bit too fluffy to my taste, hence me using the small loaf pan which really worked, you only have to bake them a bit longer than normal.

Anyway, making this can’t get any easier. Some people use herbs but most recipes out there are not flavored at all… that’s why I added some bacon bits on mine :P. The four ingredients that make these popovers need to be thoroughly mixed using a blender or whatever else you want. At this point you can also add herbs, maybe cheese, or fry some bacon, chop it as small as you can and add a tablespoon of little bits to the batter. Next pour your mixture into a pan of your choice and fill each cup about ¾ of the way through.

Bake them in a preheated oven at 400° F / 205° C until they get pretty brown, then let them cool as much as you can and serve. I found out that I like them more cold then warm/hot.

Popovers

Rating: 51

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Popovers

Ingredients
  • 2 cups all purpose flour
  • 2 cups milk
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 tbsp bacon bits (optional)
  • butter for greasing the popover pan

Preparation Instructions

Preheat oven to 400° F / 205° C.
Butter the popover/muffin tray well.
Add all ingredients (not the butter) to a blender and blend until everything is well incorporated. The batter will look similar to the crepe thing.
Add some bacon bits if you desire, or any herbs of your choosing.
Pour the batter in the muffin cups ¾ of the way through.
Bake for about 45 minutes or until they get pretty brown - remember this worked for my pan size.

Comments

  1. May I know 2 cups all purpose flour is equivalent to how many grams?
    Is 2cups of milk equal to 500 ml?

    Thanks

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