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Old 11-17-2012, 02:58 PM   #1
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Default Thanksgiving Pop Overs

I wanted to cook something a little different this year for Thanksgiving so I decided I would try my hand at pop overs. I picked up a pop over pan and cooked these up as a trial batch. Here is the recipe.

1 cup AP flour
3 eggs
3/4 tsp salt
1 TBS black pepper
3/4" cheese cubes added to the batter after pouring it in the PO pan
1 cup whole milk, warmed
pre-heated, greased popover pan

Mix all ingredients together to a pancake batter consistency. Pour into the pop over pan and add the cheese cubes. Bake at 375* about 1 hour or until done

These turned out good, but I think they can be improved. Next time perhaps a little more salt and a mild cheddar with a little roasted garlic.





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Old 11-17-2012, 03:17 PM   #2
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Make sure everything is room temp and mix in blender for 20 to 30 seconds.
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Damn.....

Yeah you can't serve those. I'll be over in a bit with some butter to take them off your hands.
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They look incredible, Joe. I'm saving the recipe. Thanks! BTW... you've got "3 eggs" listed twice there. Thanks, again.
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They look great. Pop overs go well with a rib roast.
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Oh my goodness! I want that, WANT THAT!
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Looks fantastic! What the heck is a pop over pan? Pardon my ignorance
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Looks fantastic! What the heck is a pop over pan? Pardon my ignorance
Yeah, I've never even heard of a pop-over, but those do look really tasty!!!
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With the exception of the cheese, they look and sound alot like yorkshire pudding. They look like they came out about perfect!
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Looks great!
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Looks fantastic! What the heck is a pop over pan? Pardon my ignorance
It's a pan made just for cooking popovers.

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With the exception of the cheese, they look and sound alot like yorkshire pudding. They look like they came out about perfect!
Yep, cooking process is similar but much easier to cook, IMO.
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