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Learn how to make sour cream waffles. Waffles have a bad reputation for being hard to make - not so. You do not need to buy ...
a dry mix, all the ingredients are in your pantry and it takes less time than making coffee.
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Hi, really welcome back to Le gourmet TV. Today we're going to start a series of segments where we're going to look at waffles, and you can do a lot with waffles. You can put stuff inside, you can make them sweet, you can make them savory, they're really not that difficult to make. And it is the sort of thing where you can make the batter a day or two ahead, cover with plastic wrap, stick it in the fridge, and it's ready to go when you need them. So if you don't have time on a Saturday or Sunday morning to get up and make the batter, you can do it the night before, or two nights before, and it's ready to go for you.
So before we get started here, I've already got the waffle-iron preheating, does take a little while to heat up, so I get that going, and then I make the batter. So we're going to start off, first with some flour, and this is just a regular all-purpose flour, going to put in a little bit of salt, some baking powder, and sugar, and just want to whisk that together, just to incorporate it all. Get it mixed in, get the baking powder and the salt mixed in throughout the flour, and to this we're going to add some melted butter, some yogurt, you could also use sour cream if you don't have yogurt.
Just kind of need that sour acidity type flavor. Cut two eggs, and about a-cup-and-half milk, just throw it all on the bowl, and then you just mix it up. That's it, you don't need to over mix it, few lumps are okay, no problem. So the waffle iron is hot, and it's time to pour in the first bit of batter.
Now, this particular waffle iron takes about cup of batter to fill, yours will be may be a little bit different. You just want to scoop it in, and make sure that you spread it evenly around the plate, close the lid, and start the timer. Now, this first one I'm going to do for 31/2 minutes. I flip it over, and fill the other side, close the lid, and we flip it back. Flipping it over fills both sides of the plates, you get even cooking, and you get a nice fluffy waffle.
So the buzzer tells me that 31/2 minutes are up, they should be cooked, but you just never know. Now, I look at that, and I think it's not quite done enough for me. I'm going to let it go just a little bit longer, and the timer on this one starts the count up. So when I go to cook the next set of waffles, I know how long to set the timer
So there we go, crispy and golden brown, just the way I like them, and very carefully pull them out. This is non-stick, so I'm using rubber tongs, and we just flip it over, and pull it out from the other side
Now, that recipe makes enough for five of these waffles, so what I would do is wait for it come back up to temperature, and just continue the process. These waffles are really good with some strawberry jam on top, or some peach preserves on top, and of course, the old standby Maple syrup. Hope you enjoyed this one, and I hope top see you again soon.