Nordic Ware® Mini Popover Pan
- Care: Dishwasher safe
- Capacity: 6 regular or 12 mini popovers
- Material: Heavy-duty cast aluminum
- Heavy-duty cast-aluminum popover pans provide quick and even heat.
- Come with vents and reflective exterior for perfect browning.
- Pans come in two sizes, for regular and mini popovers.
- Premium nonstick surfaces for quick release of food.
- Made in the USA.
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The recipe calls for filling each of the wells by 2/3. I would suggest filling only 1/2 full in order to make the batter go further. Haven't tried this yet so not certain if the pop-overs will still rise as well as they did when I followed the recipe. Will have to experiment the next time around.
6 months ago
Incidently there was an error in my my order of the popover mix and I was sent King Arthurs Pastry flour by mistake. I called customer service and since I had paid for quick delivery they over night the popover mix to me when I explained I had ordered it for Christmas dinner. Sur La Table is one of my favorite stores and mail order, this experience has reinforced my opinion of their outstanding level of customer service. If you have a family, Make Sure you order more then one pan as most recipe's make 24 mini popover's and they are great even as leftovers. :-)
6 months ago
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4 large eggs; 1 1/4 cups milk; 1 1/4 cups flour; 1/4 cup butter (melted); 3/4 teaspoon salt
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Grease pan and set aside. In a medium bowl, beat together all the ingredients. Using half the batter, fill each well 2/3 full. Bake 20-23 minutes, until golden brown. Remove popovers from the pan. Repeat the filling and baking procedure with the remaining batter. Makes 24 petite popovers.
I personally found that the popovers were a little salty and would reduce the salt a smidgeon. Also, I would fill the pan's wells not quite as high as 2/3 to make sure that all the wells are used and also to prevent over-rising of the popovers. This is basically a very good recipe and Nordic Ware pan - highly recommend to everyone.