November 19, 2010

The Girl Who Cooked.

Happy Foodie Friday!

It's Harry Potter weekend! So, with that said Today's FF is brought to you by:


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Dum Dum Dumdum! (Harry Potter theme!)

Anyway. Today I'm doing: Popovers. Pretty much the American Lazy version of Yorkshire Pudding. The only difference: is Yorkshire has roast drippings in it.

So.
Preheat oven to 425*F ( about 22*C)

Here's what you need:





  • Milk
  • Butter
  • 3 eggs
  • flour
  • salf
  • 1/2 cup measuring cup
  • bowl
  • spoon
  • fork
  • muffin tin

Take the bowl, but 1 1/2 cups( 3 things of the 1/2 measuring cup...I'm weird)  of flour, with a dash of salt in the bowl
Like so:





Add 1 1/2 cups of Milk then the eggs.









Grab a fork:










poke the eggs: (easier to mix with, I think.)


Start stirring, baby! Woot!





Don't over mix. Mix for 2 minutes, and no more then that.









Get it to a heavy cream constancy.















Take your muffin tin, and put about a teaspoon of butter in each muffin cup:








Then melt it in the oven:








Pour it in. I say to where it's almost full. Almost!!












Put it in the oven:




This is the hard part! Don't peak until you think it's done. Leave it in for 20-25 minutes.















They should like this:

done

There you have it!! :D
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There you have it! I'm off to go save Muggles from bad cooking!

<3
the girl who cooked.

6 comments:

A fish said...

EVERYTHING HAS A FACE OMG!!!!!!! Are you in Blue's Clue's universe or something?

*starts to become paranoid*

C A R L A said...

will definitely try this. great blog. i'm a follower.

Mad About Pink said...

Thanks for sharing it! I've never heard of them and they look delicious.

Mad About pink now following you from SB

katielyn said...

What a fun idea- foody friday! Those look yummy!

Sarah said...

Omg I wish I had read this last night! I attempted to make them...do the ingrediants need to be at room temperature??

Britty Luna said...

The original recipe called for it. I've done it most times not being room tempt. I don't think it makes a difference :)