Top-ranked recipe named "Crisp Belgian Waffles"
The problem with your typical waffle is that they become soggy minutes after reaching your plate. Cornstarch is used to ensure that the first bite is as crispy as the last. This recipe makes 4 6-inch waffles. For best results let the batter sit in the fridge overnight.
"thank you so much for updating your recipe, gona make them for sure soon, i just got a mini round waffle maker, il let you know how they turn out, CCheryl"- CCheryl
1. Combine the water and 1 tsp. of sugar in a large bowl. Add the yeast and stir until dissolved. Let mixture stand for 5 minutes.
2. Add egg, milk, sugar, and salt and stir until combined.
3. Once those are mixed together, stir in melted butter.
4. Next mix in the all-purpose flour and cornstarch until lumps disappear. Cover and store the batter in your refrigerator overnight.
5. In the morning, use the batter to prepare your waffles based on your iron's instructions. If your iron has the option, make sure to choose the "slow-cook" or "uniform-texture" mode.
Britanytapani 1 year agoTurned out great! Much better then my normal recipe.
Leeyl2310 3 years agoCouldn't get it to say crisp. But it tasted great with ham and eggs.
CatLuver 4 years agoWhere did you get the mini round waffle maker? I am looking for one.
CCheryl 4 years agothank you so much for updating your recipe, gona make them for sure soon, i just got a mini round waffle maker, il let you know how they turn out, CCheryl
CCheryl 4 years agohi there, just wandering, what is 0.125 teaspoon of salt? i want to make these soon, and dint want to under salt or over salt, thanks, CCheryl
CuE0083 5 years agoI would recommend using the Chef's Choice 830B WafflePro Classic. With waffle recipes that use yeast I get the best results when I set my iron to its 'slow-cooked' or 'uniform-texture' mode. [I posted this recipe.]