Definition of popover
: a hollow quick bread shaped like a muffin and made from a thin batter of eggs, milk, and flour
Recent Examples of popover from the Web
But the restaurant’s legendary popovers, served with quaffable strawberry butter, immediately negated any disappointment.
There are more assertively seasoned chicken salads out there, but what the menu calls the designer's pet, topped with sliced almonds, looks bridge-club ready in a frame of melon and grapes and two small popovers.
For the uninitiated, a Dutch baby is a large baked pancake akin to a popover.
The mockup app has popovers, an alphabet scroller for fast list navigation and a whole lot of iPad goodness.
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Definition of popover for English Language Learners
: a type of bread roll that is very light and that is made from eggs, milk, and flour
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