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Do popovers reheat well? Uses for cold popovers?

Started 1289498608.16 in Kitchen & Food Talk | Last reply 1289513981.747 by sunshine45
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I love fresh popovers. I make them when I have company. But I would like to make a batch for myself.

they reheat well?

If yes, how do I reheat them?

Uses for cold popovers?

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Brabls1289502555.814740 PostsRegistered 4/27/2007

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violann1289510112.0512521 PostsRegistered 12/12/2004

They really don't reheat well. I suppose you could tear them apart and use them as a shell for a quiche recipe, or stuff them with sloppy Joe burger mix and heat them briefly in a micro.

The thing that makes them pop the first time makes them too pooped to pop the second time.




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stilltamn8r1289512550.99313953 PostsRegistered 6/14/2006So Cal

Nothing better than a fresh popover, but alas, they do not reheat very well- Sometimes when I have leftovers, I will cut them sort of into "wedges" sprinkle with a litte grated cheese, pop into an oven briefly and use as dippers or with soup...

NEVER make the mistake of trying to reheat them in the microwave!!

Brabls1289512684.59714740 PostsRegistered 4/27/2007
On 11/11/2010 stilltamn8r said:

Nothing better than a fresh popover, but alas, they do not reheat very well- Sometimes when I have leftovers, I will cut them sort of into "wedges" sprinkle with a litte grated cheese, pop into an oven briefly and use as dippers or with soup...

NEVER make the mistake of trying to reheat them in the microwave!!

LOL about the microwave!

I guess turning them into dippers is the best. Thank you.

sunshine451289513981.74741131 PostsRegistered 1/13/2007east coast and west coast

you can always let them dry out a bit and then cut them into cubes to make homemade croutons.... great for soups or dips. you can also process them in a food processor then freeze them to use as bread crumbs for other things.

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