I recently bought a waffle maker from costco, but I have only used it once. I now think I will give waffle making another shot. By the way, great site.
Could you please put it in cups, tsp, and tbles,
it would make it a lot earsier
Ounces...? My measuring stuff doesn't measure in ounces...
1 ounce = 28.35 grams, I'll try to put the measurements in both systems :)
I am confused as well. In your basic recipe you use ounces when referring to dry ingedients. Most US recipes use cups, tablespoons or teaspoons when referring to dry ingredients. 1 cup of a liquid is not the same volume as a cup of dry ingredient. When I think of flour, I think of a measuring cup not a scale. I don't mean to complain, I just really want to try the recipe and I don't know where to start.
I'll second Dan. Cups, please, for those of us without a kitchen scale.
That said, many thanks for your efforts to support the humble waffle, clearly the highest of the culinary art-forms.
great site and very fun for those of us who believe waffles are a gift from the gods
You say in your Basic Waffle Recipe that you should use "some oil". How much is "some" ?
Some oil - a few tablespoons.. like 4-5
I made the Basic Waffle recipe and instead of separating the eggs I just put them in whole. I used 2 instead of 3 and mixed the batter with a hand mixer. I also added a teaspoon of vanilla. I let it sit for 5 mins. It came out perfect! Way less work and just as tasty.