Recipe by Steve P.
I have not tried this. I'm posting it for a board request for an easy to make Popover recipe.It certainly fits the easy bill :)
Top Review by enekaith
Theses were quite yummy. They felt like a dish i could eat because my palate is very picky. They were savoury puffs you could just sink your teeth into. Although i think the amount of salt has to be reduced to a pinch because my results were too savoury, the salt overpowers the sugar quite a bit. But i still loved it. Thanks for curbing my cravings!! will definitely try it again.
Directions See How It's Made
- Mix the eggs.
- Add the milk, salt sugar and flour and hand mix for one minute.
- Do not over-mix!
- Pre-heat popover pan with ½ teaspoon vegetable oil in each cup for 10 minutes.
- When hot, fill each cup with popover mix 3/4 full.
- Bake for 10 minutes at 400 degrees.
- Reduce heat to 350 degrees and cook for an additional 35 minutes.
- Be sure popovers are cooked inside to prevent collapsing.
- Always use a cookie sheet as a drip pan for excess grease when the popover pops!