[CnD] About making Waffles
mt281820 at comcast.net
Thu Aug 4 15:23:20 GMT 2011
You don't turn them like you turn pancakes, right?
From: cookinginthedark-bounces at acbradio.org
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Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2011 10:40 AM
To: cookinginthedark at acbradio.org
Subject: [CnD] About making Waffles
I can actually hear the click of the done light on the cheap model I
have from Wal Mart.
Normally, my maker takes about 3 minutes once hot to cook my waffles.
The touch method is good as it will get firmer as it cooks.
It does take a little experimenting.
Be sure to keep track of the time you have cooked the waffle for first.
After removing it from the maker, check it out.
Is it very soft and pliable or is it real hard?
For me a good waffle is able to be picked up and not sag but if a
little pressure is added, it will bend too.
Kind of like a piece of bread.
If it breaks like a piece of toast, it might be overcooked. If it
sags when held at one side, it is probably under cooked.
As with a lot of things, each waffle maker will cook at its own pace.
We have done a few waffle shows and I find making waffles
easier than pancakes.
Plus they are so good and freeze nicely.
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