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Should I just toss this popover pan in the trash?

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Should I just toss this popover pan in the trash?

Coyote | Apr 10, 2005 07:52 PM

I LOVE popovers. At least I want to love my popovers. The ones I tried to make tonight were to accompany a spinach salad topped with rare, sliced London Broil and mushrooms. Recipe was for six popovers, figure by the time I pried off tops and some parts to some bottoms I maybe had the equivalent of about three and a half popovers. And sorry looking they were. Believe this pan was originally supposed to be nonstick, although I have consistently had this sticking problem with it, it is quite dark black looking, and if ever it was nonstick it sure isn't now. I sprayed the pan with food release (Pam equivalent) and that sure didn't help. What is the answer? If I use muffin liners they won't be high enough to solve the sticking, or should I say cementing on like crazy glue, problem. Are muffin tins plus liners the answer, meaning I forgo the high shape of a traditional popover? Should I invest in silicone muffin pans to solve this problem?

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