Morgan at King Arthur

October 7, 2020 at 9:39am

In reply to by susan (not verified)

We're sorry to hear that you're having trouble, Susan! Humidity can affect how much liquid flour will absorb, it usually absorbs less in humid climates because it's already absorbed ambient moisture from the air. This usually isn't an issue for popovers though. When making popovers it's very important to ensure that all your ingredients are room temperature and that you mix the batter (either by hand, with a mixer or in a blender) until it's lightened in color and is very frothy. You'll also want to make sure that the oven is fully preheated so they can get some nice oven spring when you put them in to bake. We hope this helps! 

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