Waffles Recipes

Making Gluten-Free Waffles (for Chicken & Waffles) by The Deglutenizer

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This recipe will be fine for any waffle-maker. I have a stove-top cast iron waffle-maker that I prefer, but if you have a countertop electric model, it shouldn’t make much difference. The keys to perfectly cooked waffles that don’t stick is non-stick spray, proper preheating of your iron, and using an appropriate amount of batter.

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Now let’s dive into the recipe!

¾ c. gluten-free all-purpose flour
½ c. brown rice flour
¼ c. coconut flour
2 tbsp. sugar
½ tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. baking soda
¼ tsp. salt
1 tsp. xanthan gum
1 ¼ c. buttermilk
3 tbsp. light oil (canola, soybean, vegetable, etc.)
1 egg
1 tsp. vanilla extract
Special tools-
Waffle iron
Non-stick spray

1. Preheat waffle iron while preparing the batter. Insert baking sheet into oven and preheat to 170°F to hold warm waffles for service.

2. In a large bowl, combine all dry ingredients, whisking to break up any lumps.

3. In a smaller bowl, combine all wet ingredients. Whisk to incorporate egg and liquids.

4. Add the wet to dry and stir to combine with a rubber spatula. Do not overmix.

5. Spray waffle-maker liberally with non-stick spray. Using a 1/3 cup dry measure, fill waffle-maker to satisfaction. Do not overfill, batter will expand while cooking.

6. Close waffle-maker and cook waffles until done. Electric countertop waffle makers often include a light to indicate when waffles are ready. Stovetop cast iron waffle makers will vary based on stove style (gas, electric, wire burner, glass-top, etc.).

7. Store waffles in warm oven until time to serve.

8. Serve waffles traditionally for breakfast, or top with fried chicken and smother with hot sauce and maple syrup.

So that’s how I make my waffles! When I make them live on a twitch stream, I start cooking my waffles while my last batch of chicken is in the oil. If I were going to just have some waffles, I’d think these would be delicious with a drizzle of hazelnut spread, some sliced banana, and a dusting of powdered sugar.

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[Music]well welcome back to my kitchen I am theequalizer and you have just stepped intothe de gluten answers house of chickenwaffles last time I showed you guys howI make my shallot fried chicken I justprepared eat another batch and it iscooling on the counter right here whichmeans now I need to whip up a batch ofwaffles to go with it also make sure youstick around for later in the video whenI tell you guys about international openAcademy alright so let’s get into therecipe the first thing you need to knowabout waffles is what tool are you usingif you’re using an electric countertopwaffle maker go ahead and turn it on andget it preheating I will be using thisit is a cast iron stove top model prettysimple it is heavyto retain meat it comes apart and what Ican do with this is actually heat upboth halves at the same time ondifferent burners and then put ittogether when I’m actually ready to makesome wafflesso I’m gonna get these preheating on mystovetop so I’m gonna start with my dryingredientsso first I’m adding 3/4 of a cup ofgluten-free all-purpose flour because Iam using cup measures I need to be sureto level off my measuring cups with theback of a knife 1/2 a cup of brown riceflour 1/4 cup of coconut flour 2tablespoons of plain white sugar 1/2teaspoon of baking powder 1 teaspoon ofbaking soda 1/4 teaspoon of regular Namiodized table salt in one teaspoon ofwas to combine and break up any lumpsnow I need one in a workup of buttermilkand I’m going to read my liquid measurefrom the side and I’m going to hang onto this until I see the final battersometimes the batter will still be alittle too dry and you’ll have to addmore liquid even though it’s not in therecipe so keep that handy just in case -my liquids I want to add one teaspoon ofvanilla extract 3 tablespoons of a lightoil I’m using canola you could also usesoy bean vegetable oil or a light oliveoil not extra virgin though and one eggremembering to always crack on a flatsurface so we take my whisk pop my eggyolk and combine my liquid ingredientsbecause even though my batter will begluten free I still don’t want to overmix it because the chemical leavenersmight actually give up the carbondioxide bubbles that I’m trying to buildif I mix it too much so I want tono wet ingredients ahead of time and I’mjust gonna dump in my wet ingredientsand combine with a rubber spatula andthere we go it’s a bit thicker thanpancake batter and already showing signsof bubble formation before I show off mycast-iron waffle maker I have excitingnews I’m now an affiliate withinternational open Academy an onlinetraining program offering certificationsin numerous fields and areas of studythey offer an assortment of classesavailable to take from the comfort ofyour home on topics including cooking ITpsychology language instructionparenting and more whether you need acertification to work from home in a newfield continuing education for work oryou’re interested in the content ofcourse for your own personal 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counter top model finally we wantto make sure to use the appropriateamount of batter and in the right spotso basically if you divide your waffleiron up into thirds you want to put itat the third a little bit closer to thehinge because as you close your waffleiron again whether it’s electric orstovetop it’s going to smush your battertowards the opening things that I’m notpicky about include whether or not mybatter actually fills the shape of thewaffle mold if it’s a little bit smallerI do not mind what I do mind is havingwaffle batter overflow everywhere that’sproblem because I hate cleaning ofcourse an electronic waffle makerusually has a little light that tellsyou when the waffle is done so aftercooking for a little bit the chemicalleaveners and there will help the batterto expand and start pushing against thetop of my waffle iron and then I knowit’s time to flip it[Music]so with my stovetop waffle iron I canactually take a peek and see how it’sdoing that looks perfect take a fork andwhen a fork easily lifts your waffleaway your waffle is done that I only addmore spray every other waffle so becausethis is my second waffle I’m not goingto add more spray I’m just going to popit downit’s spot with my 1/3 cup measure andI’m going to take my top piece and dropit so with my stove top cast iron itonly takes about three minutes for eachwaffle so how does one enjoy a plate ofchicken and waffles well first of allyou have to have a tasty beverage and Iusually go with a bourbon and cokebecause my maple syrup has been aged inbourbon barrels so I like to tie thosetogether also the Bourbon add some X’sto my coke and it keeps the top of thecoke fizzy longer when I take picturesof my dishand do one big waffle and to be stickinagain I used to guys now for theaccoutrement I like to use a vinegarheavy hot sauce and drizzle that allover both my chicken and waffleand the same with my syrupnow I’m going to rely on the extra fatin the thigh if you’re using somethinglike a rest though then I wouldrecommend smearing the waffle withbutter before topping it so now I’mgoing to take my pictures and then I getto actually dig inalright I got some great photos whichmeans you my favorite part which is eatthe chicken waffles so I like to getsome of each in every biteokay so I got some chicken crispychicken skin and a little waffle andthat the syrup and the hot sauce all inone biteperfection delicious yeah I actuallymake this live about once a month onTwitchhence the shirt design by the way youguys can support me by visiting myThreadless or a shop and purchasing oneof my super cute cogniser designs butyeah this deserves a second bite that isperfection on a plate salty you’ve gotfatty you’ve got sweet soft textures thejuiciness of the meat that Chris penisthe skin anything you could possibly becraving is all in this one dish sothat’s it for chicken and waffles I amgoing to go shovel the rest of this intomy face if you enjoyed today’s video Ihope you’ll give it a like leave 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