Popovers are a type of bread that you cook in a specific type of pan. Their unique shape comes from the pan and the fact that they rise up as they cook. When they rise up, pockets of air expand inside of them creating a fulffy and soft interior. Popovers are delicious and you can eat them any time of day.
This recipe comes from my Grandpa, Rod Schallberg. He created this popover recipe based off his experience using other recipes. This is one of his favorite recipes to make. He has experimented with the recipe many times to achieve popovers that pop up higher.
Soy milk is a good non-dairy milk subsitute, they do not pop as high as using dairy milk.
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