Monday, September 22, 2014

Bake Along #68 Popovers

Finally I can blog! :) So glad my PC is now okay *phew*

Here is my first ever popovers LOL
Love this puffy munch, even on its own - I need nothing else :)
I made 6 of them, somehow the other 3 deflated much faster, and those 3 were at the outer side of the oven during baking. Uneven heat, probably?


Look at them while still in the oven...
(yeah, I know, it's time for me to clean my oven LOL)
 


This was about 10 mins after out from the oven
 
 


Looks like a giant opened mouth, huh? LOL
I love to see the hollow part :)
 


I followed the recipe from King Arthur Flour which I happened to see at Lena's blog, Frozen Wing

Here is the recipe...

What you need:

2 large eggs, room temperature
170g lukewarm milk
1/4 tsp salt
90g plain flour
22g melted butter

Method:
  1. Preheat oven to 230degC. Put the rack at the lower level
  2. Grease 6 cups muffin pan, each cup is 6.25cm wide and 2.25cm deep
  3. Whisk milk, egg and salt til well combined, no streaks of yolks visible
  4. Add in all flour, beat with electric mixer on high speed for 20 secs (small lumps are fine)
  5. Stop, scrape sides, beat another 30 secs on high speed til frothy. Stir in melted butter, combine quickly
  6. Pour batter into the cup, 3/4 full. Make sure oven is at 230degC
  7. Place pan in the oven, bake for 20mins without opening the oven door
  8. Reduce to 175degC and bake for 15mins til golden brown
  9. If browning too quickly, position rack at the top and put cookie sheet to shield the popovers
  10. If you want the popovers to hold their shape longer, bake 5 mins more (total 40 mins)
  11. If you are to serve immediately, remove from oven straight away and stick the tip of the popovers with knife to release steam to prevent sogginess


This post is for Bake Along, an event organised by Joyce from Kitchen FlavoursLena from Frozen Wings and Zoe from Bake For Happy Kids

6 comments:

  1. yeah, the way you photographed the hollow part does look like a giant opening its mouth! haha! it looks wondeful..gad to see you baking along with us, thx!

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  2. Hai Alice.. how are you?? what happen to ur compt?? anyway... nice having U again :) Salam.

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  3. Hi Alice, your popovers look so yummy! Last pic cutie !

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  4. Alice,
    we are using the same recipe. I added some parmesan cheese to mine.
    yours look so popped up. Love the giant mouth piece..:D
    mui

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  5. Hi Alice,
    Wow, your popovers are really puffy! Love it!
    We love popovers, especially the savoury ones. My son is asking me to make again!

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  6. Hi Alice,

    Your popovers popped up a lot!!!

    Great that your computer is back into action :D

    Zoe

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