Light, airy, and cheesy, these popovers achieve the impossible: They’re simultaneously rich and decadent, yet light as a feather. Serve them fresh from the oven at peak puffiness.
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I used a non-stick pan and added butter before batter....I think is made the pan to wet. Round 2 with just the leftover butter, let’s see how it goes....next time, no butter.....I think I also panicked and pulled them to early fearing they’d burn....popover rookie....
Tell me how to actually half this recipe. 12 is too many for two people.
I thought the fat coating on the pans was missing , but when i checked the reviews ,I didn't find any negatives, so I went ahead and tried the receipe. USE A SPRAY OR COAT THE TINS AS YOU WOULD NORMALLY.
Awesome and easy recipe. My husband can't stop raving about them! This will become a standard in our house.
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