Yield: Yields 12 popovers.
After much trial and error, I’ve come to the conclusion that for the best results, a popover pan is a must. Borrow or buy a couple — preferably nonstick. You may not use them often, but you’ll be happy you have them when you need them. You can easily halve this recipe.
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This are delicious and a show stopper during the holidays; not hard if you have the pans which are a must.
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