Together with "Art of Eating", we headed down to buy the Waffles Maker from Carrefour. The new toy that she has endorse over at her blog in making those delicious waffles successfully.
I will explore into Belgian Waffle (good with ice-cream topping) another day. For now is the spotlight on Classic Waffle (you can choose to spread with peanut butter, kaya, margarine, cheese, red bean paste or Nutella). Mr Chef even suggest to dip it with the Durian Green Bean soup that I have cooked yesterday or to go with mini hotdog/cocktail.
Ingredient :- (9 pcs serving)
280 gm flour
60 gm sugar
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda (Bicarbonate of Soda)
1/4 tsp salt
3 eggs, separated yolk and white
100 gm butter, melted
500 ml of milk or buttermilk
- Dry Ingredient - Add the flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda and the salt into a bowl and mix it all together.
- Wet Ingredient - Into the milk add the egg yolks and the melted butter, making sure that you leave a little behind for later on for waffle maker brushing and stir well. Pour it over to the dry mix. Using the whisk, combine slightly.
- Mix the egg - Place the egg whites into the mixing bowl. Whip them using the hand whisk until they are stiff in consistency, but still wet. Do not over-whip them! Pour them into the batter and use your whisk to carefully fold the mix together.
- Preheat the waffle maker.
- Brush the waffle maker with butter on both sides (for first piece of waffle only). Place one ladle's (depending on the size of your ladle. To be exact, fill up the mould of the waffle maker) worth of batter onto the waffle maker. Spread it out to the sides with the back of your ladle, close it and let it cook for approximately 3 minutes. Remove and repeat until all the batter is used. For this waffle maker, cooked waffle is indicate when the green light go off. You can heat for a further 1 - 2 minutes to get a slightly thin crispy top texture.
- Spread with your own favourite topping (peanut butter, kaya, margarine, cheese, red bean paste or Nutella).