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I was given a George Forman grill, the fancy one with griddle and waffle maker attachments! I've had my eye on it for months<img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif"> It's my new favorite posession.<br><br>
I never made waffles before. I tried last night with a recipe I found on the internet but they tasted kind of eggy. Anyone have a great waffle recipe?
 

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I have the regular countertop foreman! Funny about the things that make us excited.<br><br>
Senior Miguel has my heart!
 

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none of you have a waffle recipe?<br><br>
i'm surrounded by cretins. next, you're gonna tell me you use bisquick to make pancakes.<br><br>
3 c flour<br>
1 c buttermilk<br>
3 T sugar<br>
1 T powder<br>
1 1/2 t soda<br>
1/2 t salt<br>
3 eggs<br>
2 c water<br>
6 T melted butter<br><br>
mix it all together with a whisk.
 

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I heart my GF with all the plates~~~~>SO easy to clean up!!!<br><br><br><img alt="" src="http://www.threedozen.com/images/26.jpg" style="border:0px solid;">
 

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this is similar to the recipe I've used<br><br>
However, when being stared down by a couple of Giant Hungry Trolls, this Queen Mum goes the quick 'n' easy route with bisquick
 

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I used to have the tiny one, and I used it all the time! I think it's funny that they used to advertise them as this super healthy thing, and now you can get one that makes giant waffles<img alt="biggrin.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/biggrin.gif">
 

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Ingrédients :<br><br>
- 1kg de farine<br>
- 4 oeufs<br>
- 2dl d'eau et 2dl de lait<br>
- 50 g de sucre<br>
- 2 pincées de sel<br>
- 100 g de levure<br>
- 500 g de beurre<br>
- 500 g de sucre perlé<br><br><br>
Préparation :<br><br>
Délayer la levure dans l'eau et le lait, y ajouter les oeufs et le sucre. Mélanger.<br><br>
Creuser un puits dans la farine et y verser le tout. Travailler la pâte en y incorporant le beurre et le sel.<br><br>
Laisser la pâte dormir 30mn et y incorporer le sucre perlé.<br><br>
Mettre dans le gaufrier environ 100g à la fois et dorer juste à point (environ 2 à 3 mn par gaufre).<br><br><img alt="" src="http://www.marmiton.org/recipephotos/normal/11171.jpg" style="border:0px solid;">
 
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