Waffles

How do you like your waffles?

I like mine crisp on the outside and a little moist on the inside.

There’s a particular quality about waffles that I find most attractive. I suppose it’s the light aroma that gets to me. You know, when you use a waffle iron and while the batter is cooking, there’s this lovely ‘baked’ smell that materialises. I dig that! Heh, when it comes to food, smell is very important. I have a habit of smelling food. Shhh… don’t tell anyone else :p

How a food tastes and smells affects then entire meal and I’m just glad that I have quite a good nose for food. Put it this way, I can guess foods that are cooking just by its scent. Sounds weird doesn’t it? Haha… anyway back to waffles.

I’ve been selling waffles at Amplify’s Eden Lounge for the past weeks and found them really easy to make. I want to share this fool-proof recipe which I got from one of my aunts. Feel free to tweak it where you see fit and multiply the recipe accordingly to yield more waffles.

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Waffles
100g flour
100ml milk
1 egg
1 tsp sugar
2 tbsp oil

Beat egg and mix it with the milk.
Sift flour, add sugar and combine with the egg-milk mixture.
Mix well and add oil. Mix until smooth and cook with a waffle iron.


Posted on 27th Jan 2007 in Eden, waffles

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There Are 14 Comments

 

Anonymous commented on January 28, 2007 at 4:08 pm


Hi,

Thanks for the many recipes in your blog! Now to find time and energy. 🙂 For waffles, I really enjoy the ones by Prima Deli. The texture is just right!


 

Anonymous commented on January 29, 2007 at 6:40 am


thanks for this simple recipe…will definitely try it someday.
Can make ahead at night, then bake in the morning??


 

Anonymous commented on January 31, 2007 at 8:09 am


Try separating the eggs. Beat the egg whites till stiff n fold into the egg yolk batter. The waffle is crisper and lighter in texture. This method is by the late Ellise Hardy from Female Magazine, Singapore. Her recipes are definitely a keeper.
-Es


 

Anonymous commented on January 31, 2007 at 1:23 pm


hi, do you know where can i purchase peanut butter chips for baking in Singapore?


 

superfinefeline commented on February 5, 2007 at 2:51 pm


Thanks for the yummy recipe!!! Thanks anonymous too for the tip!!! 🙂


 

Anonymous commented on September 25, 2007 at 9:26 am


finally I have found a true waffle recipe, looking for something similar like Marche.

check out delicious chocolate and snacks updates
http://www.SingaporeFoodBlog.com


 

jle commented on December 27, 2007 at 6:53 pm


I love waffles. And you can find waffles at Delifrance bistro outlets, San Francisco Steakhouse@Suria KLCC, The Westin Hotel KL, Hilton KL, Le Meridien KL, Seri Pacific KL, Mines Palace Beach & Spa, Cyberview Lodge Resort, Palm Garden @ Putrajaya, Neway Karaoke Box Puchong & Subang, Seri Angkasa @ KL Tower.


 

PUTding commented on March 14, 2008 at 3:22 am


Thanks for the awesome recipe, i myself am a waffles addict too and i totally agree with you on the baked-smell part!
it’s awesome!

cheers!


 

bell commented on November 17, 2008 at 2:44 pm


Your waffles look good to eat!!!!!!!!!!!!!


 

Anonymous commented on February 8, 2009 at 5:33 pm


Just bought a waffle iron and trying out those waffle ready mix. The taste is good but the look looks awful. Going to try your receipt, and hope it will turns out good. Thanks.


 

Helmer Aslaksen commented on May 30, 2009 at 12:59 pm


Hi,

I have two questions about waffles.

1. I used to think that European waffles were the best, but after coming to Singapore, I have fallen in love with pandan/coconut waffles. I have found some recipes online, but they haven’t worked out well for me. They come out too dry.

Do you have any good panda/coconut waffle recipes?

2. Somebody suggested separating the eggs and whipping the egg white. I’ve tried that, but I’m not sure if I’m doing it right. I know how to fold egg whites into a thick cake batter that is going to bake for a long time in the oven. But how do I fold egg whites into a thin waffle batter without creating lots of thick lumps? I could stir hard to smash the lumps, but that is not folding, and defeats the whole point of trying to get air into the batter.

Thanks!


 

PrettyLady commented on June 14, 2009 at 2:59 am


Can anybody advise me
where to buy
a waffle machine, the one shown in this blog with a heart shape.

Please email lydiatay1@gmail.com


 

DC commented on October 8, 2011 at 5:48 am


Wow! I have finally found a simple recipe! Those western ones are so complicated with so many steps!


 

Dale commented on July 30, 2014 at 10:56 am


.

good info!!…


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