Another recipe my friend and I worked on during the Bake-a-Thon was Cheese Bread… or more precisely: Brazilian Cheese Bread (aka Pão de Queijo). So how is this any different from a popover? Well in general:
– Popover is a light, hollow roll made from an egg batter typically baked in muffin tins
– Bread is prepared by cooking a dough of flour and water and often additional ingredients, such as butter or salt to improve the taste.
After sifting through plenty of recipes I settled on one that I found via AllRecipes.com.
Since there was no tapioca flour on hand traditional flour was used instead… what happened in the end was that our version of the about (though tasted fantastic) didn’t look like the picture. Hmm… How did ours look? Well from my friend’s Facebook Wall…
It had a more than nice little kick to it… but presentation-wise definitely did not look the same from the images given. How would I change it up for next time? I might consider actually using tapioca flour and given that a shot. Also there were other recipes that could have worked like from TheKitchn.com and SimplyRecipes.com.
So all in all high marks for test low for presentation attempt… perhaps next time.