Pancake waffles for Sunday breakfast
It's Sunday and time for a delicious breakfast! Today's idea comes from my dear friends Sascha and Torsten from Die Jungs cook and bake. And the idea combines two ultra-stylish ideas for an ingenious Sunday breakfast: pancakes and waffles. The result is as simple as it is ingenious: Pancake Waffles ! The boys served us their waffles for breakfast in our great Food.Blog.House in Berlin.
Just take your favorite pancake or pancake recipe and make it into waffles in your waffle iron. You can already enjoy delicious pancake waffles that combine the best of both recipes. They are crunchy on the outside and nice and soft on the inside. And best of all, in the waffles' chambers, butter and maple syrup * stay put in nicely for a long time and pull in really well.
My favorite recipe for pancakes is a very simple recipe that does not even require a food processor. The ingredients are simply stirred together with a whisk in a large bowl. Pancake recipes are like sand by the sea, sometimes with milk, sometimes with buttermilk, sometimes with soft butter, sometimes with melted butter. My favorite recipe is certainly among the simplest, contains only seven ingredients and is really touched in a few minutes. The result is super fluffy, fluffy pancake waffles that have a slight crunch on the outside and are super juicy on the inside.
I have already introduced my waffle iron *: Tips and basic recipe for thick, crispy waffles - freshly baked and deep frozen from the toaster. And I'm still excited. For the price you get a super robust, very chic and also really practical waffle iron. It does not take up much space, the plates can be removed for cleaning and the baking result is always nicely even. Happy baking and a nice Sunday!
- 250 g flour
- 1/2 teaspoon tartar tartar powder
- 1 pinch of salt
- 1 egg
- 50 g of melted butter
- 300 ml of milk
- some butter for d Form
- Butter and maple syrup to serve
Flour, Mix baking soda, salt and sugar in a mixing bowl.
Press a trough in the middle and add egg and butter.
From the inside out, stir until smooth with a whisk, then gradually add the milk and stir.I think it's better not to distribute the dough completely in the form, but only in the middle to let. This also makes the shape more reminiscent of pancakes.
Bake to lightly browned, crunchy waffles and serve with butter and maple syrup for several minutes.
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