Popover

Popover

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

First cousin to the Yorkshire pudding, popovers are made with the same basic ingredients, in slightly different proportions, and baked in the same way.

Popovers may be sweet or savoury. They may be eaten with butter and sugar, with honey, jam or golden syrup, or they may be split open and filled with a savoury meat, chicken or vegetable mixture. But no matter how they are eaten, they should be served as soon as they come out of the oven, nicely puffed and crisp.

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