Baking: Popovers Attempt 3

popovers attempt 3

of the three batches of popovers, this was easily the worst.

Variables changed:
– changed the cooking temp to 15 minutes at 400 degrees, then 15 minutes at 3:50
– added about 2 tablespoons more milk to original recipe

I don’t know if it was the combination of an overall lower “area under the curve” cooking temp/time graph, or if it had to do with the extra milk, but the doughball on these popovers were overwhelming. additionally, these did not pop as high as the other two batches. its possible the extra milk didn’t have enough time to heat up and produce the right kind of steam necessary to make them pop.

popovers attempt 3

the edges were still pretty crispy, but the doughball was undeniably bigger than before – will try this recipe again I think, but with a standard 400 deg for 30 mins cook time to give the popovers enough time to pop.

Popovers Attempt 3

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