- a puffed muffin with a hollow center, made with a batter of flour, salt, egg, and milk.
Origin of popover
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Once combined, remove the popover pan from the oven and spray with non-stick vegetable spray.Fresh Picks
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Oh, don't I wisht I had me own darlin' Popover right here in me arms!
Popover's insistence for more air and a free outlook was causing the coverlet to rise and fall in a startling way.
If she could only smuggle Popover down into Dr Dudley's office before she was discovered!
- British an individual Yorkshire pudding, often served with roast beef
- US and Canadian a light puffy hollow muffin made from a batter mixture
- a simple garment for women or girls that is put on by being slipped over the head
Word Origin and History for popover
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