Sunday, November 16, 2008


I've made popovers several times in the past, and I've never had any issues. It wasn't until I was looking for a recipe tonight that I realized how many things can go wrong. Since I had no idea what I was doing before, we'll just chalk my previous popover experiences up to good luck.

I wanted an easy bread for dinner tonight. Popovers require no proofing, no kneading, and you can even mix them by hand. I used this recipe.

Everything out and ready to go.

Ready to head into the oven

Out of the oven. Not as "poppy" as I'd like, but they were still quite tasty. Yum.


Kellie said...

I love the popovers from Paulettes with strawberry butter.
In England, popovers are Yorkhire pudding, and we have them with Sundqy dinner, such aas roast beef. I've only tried to make them once, and I made the mistake of using self rising flour instead of plain flour. I need to try them again as soon as I get back to my own kitchen!

Anonymous said...

Popovers are my FAVORITE! My dad used to make them all the time! mmm!