Saturday, February 25, 2012

'Overnight' Waffles

Overnight Pancakes
(recipe adapted & modify from Fong's Kitchen Journal)

Mix together:
200g plain flour
2 tsp baking powder
3/4 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
50g sugar

Mix together:
320g milk
1 egg
40g butter, melted
1/2 tsp vanilla

1)  Prepare (A) & (B) & mix them together into a smooth batter.  Keep in fridge overnight.
2) Preheat the waffle maker.
3) Put 1/4 cup batter into the centre of the waffle maker. Close the lid & let it cook for 3-5mins or until golden brown.


Wendyinkk said...

so nice la ur waffles.. I wish to get one waffle maker.. I wish

cathysjoy said...

I bought this from US 2 years ago. Cheaper than spore...

Cindy said...

Your waffles looks nice, love it.

cathysjoy said...

Thanks :)

Tammy said...

Your waffles look crispy but according to Fong's Kitchen, her pancakes were 'surprisingly soft'. So is your waffle crispy or soft? I just bought a Belgian waffle maker and has been trying various recipes. Still haven't found a favourite one yet.

cathysjoy said...

My waffles is soft actually. If you want more crispy, can always cook it longer.

Melonpan said...

what a dream, with sirup and i eat it yet^^

cathysjoy said...

You love waffles too? ;)

neyeeloh (爱丝特の烘焙记录) said...

这个好!我买了waffle maker一段日子,但是还没开始用,因为我懒惰早早爬起来做分蛋法的waffle,现在有了这个食谱,我可以睡迟一些,但是趁老公还没起床前还是来得及弄给他吃,真谢谢你哦  ^_^

cathysjoy said...

不客气。隔夜的batter比较浓,做出来的waffles很软,好好吃 =)

Anonymous said...

This looks tempting.I like! I don't have a waffle maker, you think we can pan fry it like pancake? Thanks

Eileen@Hundred Eighty Degrees said...

Hi Cathy, I tried to leave my name but somehow I may be too fast that it passed through without identification. I posted the question abv. Eileen@Hundred Eighty Degrees

CaThY said...

Sure, this recipe is for pancakes actually =)

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