Recipe by lynnski / LA
Bullock's Tea Room was noted for their delicious and very popular popovers. They are easy to make. The secret is to place the custard cups far apart enough on the baking sheet so that all sides of each popover get the same blast of heat needed to rise evenly. Muffin tins don't work well with popovers. This recipe makes a high-rising puffy popover, that can be served at any meal of the day.
Directions See How It's Made
- Beat eggs in a bowl, then beat in milk until blended.
- Combine flour and salt; work butter into the flour; then gradually add flour mixture to milk and egg mixture and blend well.
- Fill 8 well-greased custard cups, and place them on a baking sheet, with enough separation between cups to allow all sides of each popover to bake at the same rate; and bake at 400 degrees for about one hour or until golden.