A recipe for making the easiest and the yummiest Waffles in Oven. This might just be the best thing to happen to Sunday breakfasts.
The resident 10-year-old loves waffles but an investment for a waffle iron seemed like such a waste of money. Besides my kitchen is really overflowing with gadgets and I just can’t accommodate another one. But then I discovered this easy way of making waffles in the oven. And I swear it is the best thing that happened to our Sunday breakfast.
The idea really started after a discussion on waffle irons in a food group I am part of. Somebody suggested a silicon waffle mould that worked well for them. I put it in the cart having very little hope that it will work. Those crisp from outside and soft from inside waffles in an oven? Seemed too good to be true.
But since it was some 800 odd bucks I placed an order anyways and then it went in the oveflowing dungeon that is my kitchen cabinet. I completely forgot about it till 2 weeks ago.
And then the child complained and said in a typical 10 yr old whiny tone “You still haven’t made waffles for me, I think I am going to make them myself”. Like a good mother (read mother left with no choice) I did some reading, modified the recipe I usually make for clients in a waffle iron. And I think I surprised even myself with the results.
Beautifully crisp waffles that were near perfect. Next time I will try them with whole wheat but even with maida, this recipe is a keeper, folks.
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How to make BEST Waffles in Oven
- 250 grams all purpose flour
- 4 grams baking powder
- 4 grams baking soda
- 75 grams butter melted and cooled
- 40 grams sugar
- 3 medium eggs
- 300 ml milk
- 1 vanilla bean
- Preheat the oven to 200C.
- Sift together maida, baking powder and baking soda. Keep aside.
- With a hand mixer, beat together eggs, sugar and melted butter till light and fluffy. Add milk and beat further for 1 minute
- Slit the vanilla bean and add the black extract to the egg mixture.
- Add the flour mixture and beat till it is mixed.
- Pour in the silicon mould and bake for 10-12 minutes till the sides start to brown.
- Enjoy with a good fruit compote, whipped cream and maple syrup
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