What do you eat with popovers?
Popovers are light and airy and can be served with almost any meal. They are perfect with all kinds of sweet or savory toppings or enjoyed just with butter. I love them with pot roast, using the popover to dip in the gravy. Or have them with tea with some jam…it’s a classic way to serve them.
What are popovers called in England?
Yorkshire pudding is made from a batter of eggs, flour, milk and salt and is similar to a popover in its texture and flavor. It is served as a side dish and is quite versatile in how it can be served.
What is the difference between popovers and Yorkshire pudding?
A butter-free recipe for popovers or Yorkshire puddings, which can be made in a muffin pan. *If we’re being picky, traditional Yorkshire puddings are baked in a pan heavily greased with beef fat, whereas popovers are baked in taller, tapered cups greased with butter.
What does a popover taste like?
So now you know what a popover is, but what does it taste like? “Inside the crisp, golden-brown exterior of the popover,” says GBH , the NPR member station in Boston (so you know they know their popovers), “You’ll find amazingly moist ribbons of custard with a buttery, slightly eggy flavor.”