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Anyone Ever Try Par-Baking Popovers? (Can it be done?)


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Anyone Ever Try Par-Baking Popovers? (Can it be done?)

Ms.chef | Nov 14, 2011 10:23 PM

Trying to juggle food times and temperatures is HARD!

I will be making a 2lb boneless leg of lamb. That will take less than an hour plus no more than 20 mins. to rest.

I want to serve Popovers with this meal. But popovers take 40mins with the first 20mins at 400! I can't cook it with the lamb and there is no time to bake them when the lamb comes out.

Could I cook them for 20 mins (at 400) and then take them out of the oven and then put them back in when the lamb comes out? ... What if I just take 5 mins off the total time and then just pop them back in for 5 mins to "reheat" .... etc. etc.

Would any of those ideas work?

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