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Julia makes Bridget foolproof and easy Popovers.

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  1. I have screwed this up so many times trying to make these. Thank you for this! I can’t wait to succeed next time!

  2. Love you, Julia! I have learned so much from you

  3. The “dip and sweep” method of measuring flour isn’t the “standard method”, it’s the wrong method – according to King Arthur Flour, Gold Medal four, Betty Crocker, Food Network, Martha Stewart, and others. When not using a scale, the universally recommended method of measuring flour is “spoon in and sweep”. When not using a scale, I don’t understand why ATK insists on measuring flour the wrong way.

  4. 𝗞𝗲𝘁𝗼 𝗖𝗼𝗼𝗸𝗯𝗼𝗼𝗸𝘀 𝗖𝗼𝗿𝗻𝗲𝗿

    *Delicious* 😋

  5. David Greensmith

    They look a little well done. Is that because they’re not Yorkshires?

  6. Awesomeness 👍 TY

  7. сериал "Декстер". DEXTER show.

    I don’t understand why to use BREAD 🥪 flour if you DON’T develop gluten ?

  8. Clairressa Goad

    Do they hold their shape or deflate when cooling down??

  9. Cactus Face McGillicuddy

    I haven’t made popovers in over a decade, but I loved them I just don’t bake or think about then very often. I think I’ll make some for Christmas dinner. Thanks for posting these look great!

  10. Rebecca Turner

    Why the 2% milk instead of whole?

  11. Jo-Ann DiGennaro

    Popovers are one of my favorites. They are so easy to make and should be made more often.

  12. They look like Yorkshire pudding

  13. Thanks for sharing this wonderfully simple recipe and technique –

  14. Two tips I learned from Martha Stewart are put your popover pan into the oven and let it get very hot, take it out and give it a quick spray with a non stick spray and pour you batter in immediately, and then into the oven. I have never had a popover stick. Second when they come out of the oven , pierce them on the side or top with a knife to allow the steam to escape so that the popovers don’t get soggy if you don’t eat them immediately.

  15. Yummy 😋

  16. PumpkinEskobarr

    “butter lake” “butter gravy boat”

  17. Popovers and Dutch Babies are the same recipes.

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