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How To Make Waffles Without A Waffle Maker

Don’t you have a waffle maker? No problem! There’s another option for making waffles from scratch, and all you need is an essential appliance you probably already own: the grill pan and oven. Now I will tell you how to make waffles without a waffle maker.

You already love this grill pan for grilling chickens and vegetables, not to recommend making paninis with self-made bread. But using it to make waffles is an inspiration.

Their taste and feel will be 100% waffle, complete with a crispy outside and light, airy inside. And while they still have these telltale ridges, note that they may look like a pancake.


How to make waffles in a grill pan


You need:

  1. 1batch of waffle batter
  2. Butter
  3. Grill pan
  4. Spatula
  5. Pastry brush
  6. Wire rack, for cooling
  7. Bowl

Ingredients:

  1. 1 cup all-purpose flour
  2. ½ tsp salt
  3. 2 tsp baking powder
  4. 1 tbsp sugar
  5. one egg
  6. ¾ cup milk
  7. ⅙ cup melted butter
  8. ½ tsp vanilla 

Instructions:

  1. Mix your choice of waffle batter. Any waffle recipe will act.
  2. Place your grill pan on the stove over moderate heat until nice and toasty. Spray a few drops of water on the pan to test the heat; if the water swings, you’re able to roll. Brush the hot grill pan with butter. It should decrease right away and even sizzle a bit.
  3. Spoon the waffle mixture onto the pan and let it flowed into a round. You can attach the batter in large dollops or little ones if that’s your jam. The ridges in the pan might gain your circles look a little off, but don’t annoy about that. Your waffles will come out perfectly. You might even find the slightly unfinished, almost cloud-shaped waffles kind of beautiful.
  4. Reduce the heat to medium-low. Reduce the heat will let your waffles form ridges from the pan and get a slight char going, without heating on the outside. Now Let the batter cook until bubbles begin to form on top, the edges look hard, and the bottom set.
  5. Using a spatula, flip your waffle. Try to flip it, so the lines face the same way they did ere you lifted the waffle off the pan. It’s a tricky way, so if you can’t manage it, don’t panic. There will be zero impact on quality.
  6. Push down lightly with the back of your spatula to get your waffle to stick to ridges in the pan. Cook until this side is ended, too, then give the waffle to a wire rack.

Here is a video for you to see how to make waffles without a waffle maker.

I think this video will help you to know how to make waffles.


How to make waffles in an oven


HOW TO MAKE WAFFLES

You need:      

  1. Bowl
  2. Whisk
  3. Silicone Mold
  4. oven

Ingredients:

  1. 1 cup all-purpose flour
  2. ½ tsp salt
  3. 2 tsp baking powder
  4. One egg
  5. ¾ cup milk
  6. ⅙ cup butter
  7. ½ tsp vanilla 

Instructions:

  1. Preheat the oven to 220°.
  2. Let Mix the egg and milk together in a bowl with the melted butter.
  3. Add the sugar, flour, salt, and baking powder into the bowl and flutter well until a smooth runny batter is formed.
  4. Splash the batter into the silicone waffle molds and bake in the oven for 10 minutes or until golden brown on top.
  5. Extract from the oven and enjoy with varied toppings of your choosing.

Some Important Q&A

What is the minimum amount of time needed to proof yeasted waffle batter?

  • The liege waffle recipe I use uses the yeast for just a little bit of flavor, so I usually give it a couple of hours at room temperature.

How would I convert my overnight waffle recipe into chocolate overnight waffles?

  • I would suggest maybe making them a bit more simple, and adding a large handful of chocolate chips/chopped chocolate bar and folding them in just before cooking. Or reducing the sugar content and adding some chocolate syrup.

Why use warm buttermilk?

  • I think it’s because the buttermilk is added to melted butter and using cold buttermilk would harden the melted butter. Alternatively, you could let the melted butter cool and use room temperature buttermilk.

Amount of yeast when doubling a recipe?

  • Actually, you can safely cut the amount of yeast for a single batch in half and treat the batter essentially as a preferment that is typically used in bread. The job of preferment is to grow a yeast population; you can trust that yours will be at a dependable level by morning.

Now you know how to make waffles without a waffle maker. You can try this at home very easily by following this guideline.

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