Easy to Make Popovers Recipe

Popovers a classic simple to prepare side dish that’s great to serve up for a holiday meal or even as a delicious accompaniment to …


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  1. Looking forward to trying this! I've wanted to make them forEVer, but didn't know I could use a muffin tin… That makes sense, just never thought to do so! Thanks for the tip, they look delicious!

  2. Chef Billy – concise and enjoyable presentation. I want to make certain before I attempt this recipe – are the eggs the ONLY source of any leavening agent for these popovers? No baking powder, no baking soda, no (ack!) yeast? I also assume that the fresher the eggs, the better the result? Lastly, is it preferable to have the eggs at room temperature as well, prior to whisking them all up? I'm a long-time subscriber, and I continue to be impressed with your recipes and the clear, easy format you use to pass them along to the rest of the world! At times, I do wish you made consistent use of the metric measures, as I've gotten so used to them from all the bread videos. Again, thank you so very much!

  3. You always provide us with great tips! I just bought some fresh thyme and tasted the stem. It's so flavorful and I can't believe that I have been throwing the stems away. All of these years I have been freakin' taking the leaves off the stem. This is a game changer. I can't wait to try this recipe. My mouth was watering just watching this video. Thanks again Chef Billy!

  4. Brilliant Chef Billy.
    Have never had these, so perfect timing for me. The herb better has been something I have created. I like adding a little chilli into it also.
    Would a fine chopped ham work in this?
    Thank you for your excellent videos 👍

  5. Yorkshire puddings, my sons love them, i have to make about 24 on a Sunday cooked lunch day, as they take them and just dip them in gravy before I gets chance to get them on the dining table. Such a simple but delicious accompaniment to any dish. Fab clear concise video as always. I so look forwards to your uploads. Thank you.

  6. Omgsh I’ve been wanting to make popovers, but thought they were difficult.
    Yours look delicious and doable.
    Thank you for your very detailed and beautiful videos 💗

  7. Looks great mate👍🤤Just remember, we don’t say “shire” at the end of our towns names, it’s “sure”😉 keep those amazing recipes coming.

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