I chose Parmesan Herb popovers from The Art and Soul of Baking, yet again (Bridget, I hope you're enjoying the book!). This is my go to book to learn to bake anything. I have not had a recipe fail yet.
In addition to this new family tradition we are beginning, I've also started a cooking goal along with my baking goals for the year. A co-worker and I have decided to choose a protein each week and then find one recipe that we'll both make with it.
This week we chose pork and this recipe from Melissa d'Arabian of Food Network. T and I made garlic mashed potatoes, which I boiled in vegetable bullion with two or three cloves of garlic and grilled asparagus as sides. Dinner was delicious and we are so full!
The popovers were incredibly easy to make, taking all of five minutes to mix together and took about 30 minutes to bake, so about 40 minutes total time to complete. They have a wonderful savory flavor and don't need butter or anything extra. They were the perfect compliment to this meal. They would also be fantastic with breakfast. A popover pan is not required (admittedly, I now want one to see what they'll look like) as a muffin pan will do.