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Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Fluffy waffle ham sandwich

Although I have my own waffle recipes, it is fun to try out recipes from others once in a while. Hubby asks what difference does it make as the ingredients are almost the same in most.

Answer: Lots. The ratio of milk, fat, flour differs broadly and it is amazing how a shift in the numbers can change the taste and texture of the end result.

Anyway, here is one recipe with lots of good reviews. As I am making this as a one-in-all lunch waffle, I incorporated cheese and ham into it. Great for eating with just one hand!

Verdict: Fluffy as promised. As the batter is thick but not too lumpy, it is easy handling of the batter with an ice cream scoop with little mess.

Credits: graceandgoodeats


2 cups plain flour + 4 tablespoons fine sugar + 4 tsp baking powder + ½ tsp sea salt

1.5 cups milk +2 eggs ,beaten + 1 tsp vanilla extract + 85g melted butter

10 small  pieces of cheddar cheese strips + 10 pieces of ham


In a mixing bowl, combine flour.

Make a well.

Add wet ingredients.

Stir and mix well.

Using an ice cream scoop, spoon a scoop of batter onto the waffle maker.

Put a piece of cheese and ham.

Cover with another scope of batter.

Cook according to your maker instructions.


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