Everything you need to know about makingpopovers and pannekoeken is here!
We both ledsheltered lives. We grew up in the rural West where pannekoekenand popovers nevergraced the dinner table. Our sister-in-law in Houstonserved us our first pannekoeken—only she called ita Dutch Apple Pancake. It was scrumptious—so much so that we made her write down the recipe so thatwe could take ithome.It was much later when we discoveredpopovers—those magicallittle breads that pop up like popcorn. Itwas still later when we learnedthat we could add such thingsas cheese, bacon, and herbsto the batter.Now our popover pan is a cherished kitchen tool.In this little guide, we’ll tell youhow to makeboth popoversand pannekoeken. You’ll find recipesandtechniques. And we’ll recommendpans for perfect popoversand pannekoeken.Happy eating!
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