Popovers

Those who know me know I like to cook, so I told Eric I would like to add recipes as one of our categories on our family blog. I’m hoping to post a new recipe each week accompanied by a picture. Hopefully this will inspire some of you to get into the kitchen and cook something new to share with your friends and families. Most of my recipes come from several different sources such as The Food Network, Martha Stewart, the internet, and of course my southern mother. The good news is, I try out these recipes for you and then give them my stamp of approval when I post them.

This popover recipe is simple and delicious. If you’ve never made popovers, get in the kitchen and make them right now. These taste wonderful will a little butter and honey. My favorite way to serve them is with pot roast and gravy drizzled over the popovers. Good luck and what ever you do, don’t open the oven and peek for a full 30 minutes!

Yields 12 popovers

  • 4 eggs
  • 2cups milk
  • 2 cups all purpose flour

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  • 1 teaspoon salt

Grease 12 large muffin tin cups. Break eggs into a bowl: beat well with a fork or whisk. Add milk, flour, and salt and beat just until blended. Fill muffin tin cups three-quarters full with batter. Place the pan on rack in the center of the oven. Set the over for 450 degrees and turn it on. Bake for 30 minutes without opening the oven door.