"Okay let me not biased with the product; let me use it one more time; no may be 2-3 times more; how come it is that good and fuss-free" I told myself a few days back and ended on making different types of Waffles using the Silicone Waffle maker, Tupperware sent me for review! The mould is not a typical one and is hardly the size of an ice tray and easy to mould and is taking almost no space if compared to the typical Hot Iron plate used for making the Waffles.
I though was happy with the lightweight mould but was sceptical with the end result; until I made my first batch of classic Waffles, followed by the savoury waffles, and the chocolate vanilla waffles and the potato waffles! Well, I was nothing but satisfied every time and so my daughter was. Waffles are a treat to my little one and now she is demanding a variety of waffle every Sunday. In fact, last Sunday she worked perfectly with the batter of Classic Waffles and that gave me the idea of sharing the recipe!
Before going further with the recipe, let me share a bit detail about waffle in general. Commonly prepared over Hot Iron plate, Waffle is a famous cookie having its origin in Belgium. Waffle is popular worldwide and has several varieties and comes both in sweet and savoury form. Traditionally it is prepared using two flat hot iron plates by using a semi-liquid batter. In general, Waffles are topped with cream or fresh fruits or cheese etc. based on the type. The recipe I am going to share is a simple classic sweet Waffle but I have made it using a silicone mould by Tupperware instead of the traditional iron plates.
Classic Waffle required almost similar ingredients alike pancake and is a fuss- free thing to bake! Yes, you need to bake if you are using a silicone mould to make the waffles. Pasta loves her portion of Classic Waffles with chocolate sauce and the chunk of strawberries, however, I was not available with strawberries last week and that was replaced with homemade Strawberry preserve.Print
A very easy recipe of Classic sweet Waffle using a silicone Waffle mould by Tupperware
- All Purpose Flour: 175g
- Baking Powder: 1.5 teaspoon
- Salt: ½ teaspoon
- Granulated Sugar: 4 tablespoon
- Egg: 2
- Milk: 200 ml
- Vanilla Essence: 2-3 drops
- Butter: 2 tablespoon
- Chocolate sauce: 1 tablespoon (optional)
- Strawberry Preserve: 1-2 tablespoon (optional)
- [url href="https://kitchenofdebjani.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Edited9.jpg"][/url]The milk should be warm enough and melt the butter before started with the batter for Classic Waffles.
- Separate Egg white and yolk.
- Shift All Purpose Flour with Salt and add milk, sugar, and mix using a whisk.
- Now add Egg yolk and after mixing the same add melted butter to the mixture.
- Finally, fold the Egg white and add vanilla essence and mix thoroughly.
- Pre-heat the oven to 220 degrees C for 10 minutes.[url href="https://kitchenofdebjani.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Unknown-Person3.jpg"][/url]
- Pour the batter over the Silicone mould and bake for 10-12 minutes in 220 Degree C.
- Demold the Waffles and bake those again on the open rack for 5 minutes.
- Give the Waffles a stand for 5 minutes and Serve with your choice of sauce and/ or fruits.
- I served the Classic Waffles with Chocolate Sauce.
- Prep Time: 10 mins
- Cook Time: 20 mins
- Category: Cookie
- Cuisine: World
Tupperware Silicone Waffle Maker:
- The Silicone Mould is flexible and unbreakable
- The recommended baking temperature is 180 degrees C to 220 degrees C.
- The product is ideal for Oven/ Microwave oven baking