Hello Everyone, welcome to the uTry.it Channel. This is Amy Tong.
Today, I have this scrumptious side dish to share with you that will take your holiday meal to the next level.
It’s golden brown & crispy on the outside and lights & airy on the inside.
They are better served warm or hot because they are even more scrumptious when you serve them with a dab of Herb Butter!
Follow me to the kitchen and I will show you how to make these Popovers with Herb Butter.
To prepare the Herb Butter, we will need 1 small clove of garlic.
Peel off the paper and finely minced.
Next, we will need 2 teaspoons of rosemary.
Pick the leaf-y part and discard the stems.
Finely chop the rosemary because you do want the aroma but you don’t want to bite into big chunks.
We will also need 2 teaspoons of fresh thyme leaves.
Give them a rough chop as well.
The last herb is 2 teaspoons of fresh
It’s easier to snip with a pair of kitchen scissor than to cut with a knife.
Place 8 tablespoons of salted and softened butter in a mixing bowl.
Add in the garlic and the herbs that we just chopped up.
Then, grate in the zest of 1/2 a lemon
Stir all the ingredients together until everything is well incorporated.
That is why it’s important to use softened butter because the ingredients will mix in easily.
Transfer your herb butter onto a plastic wrap and roll it into a log.
Twist the ends of your plastic wrap tightly and chill your butter in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours or until it firms up.
Pre-heat your oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.
To prepare the popover batter, we will need 3 large eggs at room temperature.
Give them a good whisk to break up the yolks.
Then ,whisk in 1 cup of whole milk, also
at room temperature.
We’ll also need 1 teaspoon of kosher salt, 2 teaspoons of fresh thyme leaves,
2 teaspoons of fresh chives and 1 1/2 tablespoons of melted butter.
Next, sift in 1 cup of all-purpose flour.
When all the flour is sifted in, give it a quick whisk until all the ingredients are just combined.
Your batter is ready when there’s no big lumps.
Do not over mix the batter because you don’t want the Popovers to come out chewy.
Transfer your batter into a measuring cup with a beaker.
It will be much easier when it’s time to fill your popover pan.
This is the popover pan that I used.
Place it over a regular baking sheet for easy transfer.
This recipe makes exactly 12 popovers so this is the perfect pan to use.
I’ll put the product link below this video for reference.
Brush the bottom and the sides of your popover pan with 1 tablespoon of melted butter.
Place the greased popover pan into the preheated oven for 2 minutes to warm up.
This step will give your popovers the
golden brown and crispy crust.
When 2 minutes is up, carefully pull your popover pan halfway out of the oven.
Be very careful because the pan is hot.
Fill the popover pan with the batter until just 1/2 way full.
The individual popover cups private label will pop up quite a bit while they bake, that’s why they call popovers!
So, do not overfill your pan.
Here’s another tips for you. To have a successful popover, do NOT peek during the baking time!
Bake them in the preheated oven for exactly 26 minutes.
Slightly cool them on a rack before serving.
See how much they popped up?
These are truly amazing and delicious!
While your popovers are cooling, take out the herb butter from the refrigerator.
Unwrap and cut the butter into slices while it’s still cold.
Transfer your butter onto a butter dish and let it warm up in the room temperature for a few minutes before serving.
These popovers and the herb butter are truly an amazing pair!
I hope you’ll try out these recipes as the popovers are definitely the perfect side dish for your holiday meal.
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Thank you so much for watching and I’ll
see you all next week!