Classic Popovers (from Good Housekeeping) Recipe

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Classic Popovers (from Good Housekeeping)

Vickie Parks

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@Northwestgal

From the Washington Post website which states this is Good Housekeeping's most requested recipe. For brunch, they can also be served with jam or with fresh fruit atop a dollop of whipped cream.

In American Food (1974), the author reports that in the late 1800s, settlers from Maine 'Americanized' the standard English Yorkshire Pudding and came up with the Popover. Some variations include pumpkin puree with allspice and nutmeg, and savory versions include garlic and herbs. But by far, most prefer their Popover without any additions in order to savor the Popover's delicate buttery taste.


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Serves:

8

Prep:

10 Min

Cook:

50 Min

Method:

Bake

Ingredients

3 large
eggs
1 c
milk
3 Tbsp
unsalted butter
1 c
all-purpose flour
1/2 tsp
salt

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Preheat oven to 375°F. Grease the inside of eight (7- or 8-oz) baking ramekins with melted butter or no-stick cooking spray. (Or, for twelve smaller popovers, grease twelve standard-sized muffin-pan cups.)

For easier handling, set custard cups on rimmed baking sheet, such as a jelly-roll pan; set aside.
2
In food processor or blender, puree the eggs, milk, flour, butter and salt until smooth.
3
Divide batter evenly among cups, filling cups about half-full (to leave room for popovers to puff up).
4
Place the baking sheet in preheated oven, and bake for 40 minutes.
5
With small pairing knife, cut a small slit in the top of each popover. Bake for 10 more minutes. Remove from oven; immediately transfer popovers to wire rack. Serve warm.

Cooled popovers can be kept at room temperature up to 3 hours or frozen up to 1 month. Reheat at 350°F until crisp.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Breakfast
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American
Dietary Needs: Low Fat, Low Sodium