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Very, very good! I like it best with butter.
These are mis-named and I am proof of that. First time I made them they were fine. Tonight, they were absolutely terrible and I threw the whole lot out! Exactly the same process, followed the recipe to the letter. Just turned out rubbery and horrible tonight.
Next time I rate this I hope not to have the problems I did this time, so probably will upgrade to 5 stars. That said, "Never-Fail" indeed! I used the muffin pan idea but made a crucial mistake - I overfilled the tins. Result - the hot oil was pushed out onto the oven floor where it smoked horribly and finally burst into flames. Got the food out, deployed a fire extinguisher...and continued with dinner! Result: the puddings weren't browned but were fully cooked and DELICIOUS!!! I have to admire a recipe that can catch fire and still get rave reviews from the guests!
Excellent! I failed at popovers on a trial run a week before Christmas with a recipe I found somewhere else, and Kittencal suggested I try her recipe. Turned out my oven was just WAY too hot, so I knocked the temp down to 375 and really made sure everything was at room temperature. Delicious. Thank you Kittencal!
These are amazing - light and fluffy and they tasted great. I followed the recipe making sure the ingredients were at room temperature. I made these in a 12 cup muffin tin and baked them for 30 minutes. I served this with Kittencal's recipe for Prime Rib Kittencal's Perfect Prime Rib Roast Beef. I know this will be the recipe of choice next time I make them. Thanks for posting Kittencal.
Terrific recipe. I made them in individual muffin cups. Very showy and impressive to bring to the table. My guests loved them.
Hi Kitz, we made this for a new idea that they are trying to develop here at the home. We are planning on converting an extra dining room into a high-scale restaurant type DR. It is going to be for "special" residents, staff and "outsiders" such as family members and Dr's. Have no idea about the other details, but they should pay a king's ransom for your wonderful Yorkshire Pudding! It was really very good and tasted like I was back in Cuba at one of my mother's dinner parties. Made them just like the recipe said and included beef drippings. Thanks again for the memories and good food, Diane