Grandma's Popovers

Grandma's Popovers

"Still warm from the oven, popovers are always a fun accompaniment to a homey meal. I was raised on these - my grandmother often made them for our Sunday dinners. The recipe could not be simpler. -Debbie Terenzini, Lusby, Maryland"
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40 m servings
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Original recipe yields 9 servings

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  1. In a bowl, combine flour and salt. Combine eggs and milk; whisk into dry ingredients just until blended. Using two 12-cup muffin tins, grease and flour five alternating cups of one tin and four cups of the second tin; fill two-thirds full with batter. Fill the empty cups two-thirds full with water. Bake at 450 degrees F for 15 minutes. Reduce heat to 350 degrees F (do not open oven door). Bake 15 minutes longer or until deep golden brown (do not underbake).

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Fantastic recipe! I tried several others from this site, and none of them worked as written for me. This one, however, worked beautifully; I followed the recipe with no changes and they were p...

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Well guess I don't know much about popovers...but I tried them. First of all they popped up nicely and smelled yummy BUT when "done" they wouldn't come out of my well greased and floured crown ...

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Fantastic recipe! I tried several others from this site, and none of them worked as written for me. This one, however, worked beautifully; I followed the recipe with no changes and they were p...

These were the tallest, most beautiful popovers I've ever made! Followed recipe exactly as written, however I used a popover pan instead of muffin tin. It made 5 popovers in my pan, did not need...

add a small amount of clarified butter in the tin before adding the batter, this will ensure your popover comming out with not problems

This is just like Yorkshire Pudding to me...instead of greasing the muffin pan, my mom used to use a touch of oil, bacon grease, or the fat from the roast beef she had just prepared and then hea...

Question. These are the exact popovers my mother used to make. She passed away and I now have many of her recipes. I tried making these several times, ago and they stick horribly to my muffin pa...

my grandma use to make popovers for my dad and we couldnt find a recipe he like until this one he loves it!

I went into this recipe blind...I didn't even know what a popover was! My family simply loves bread so I thought I'd give it a try. The recipe was very easy. I doubled the recipe and only add...

This is an excellent base recipe Debbie! To those complaining about blandness, it's up to you to add whatever spice compliments whatever you are using them for/serving them with: -if for fruit o...

Well guess I don't know much about popovers...but I tried them. First of all they popped up nicely and smelled yummy BUT when "done" they wouldn't come out of my well greased and floured crown ...

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