My son and I love eating waffles and this is why I'm always in a constant mission to look for good waffles recipes. I have tried numerous waffles recipes and have recommended a few really good ones at here, here and here. Once again, here I would like to recommend another fabulous waffle recipe.
A spin off? Like the classic yeasted waffles, these waffles are light with no greasy touch, crispy, fluffy and delicious. They also easy to make without whisking any egg whites. Unlike the classic yeasted waffles...
1) these require lesser milk to make and so they are not as light and spongy as the classic yeasted waffles. In fact, they are much thicker than the classic yeasted waffles being more Belgian-style-waffles-like body and texture.
2) these do not require any overnight fermentation and can be ready to cook within 30 minutes of resting and so they do not have any distinctive yeasty or fermented aftertaste.
3) these do not require the addition of baking soda because these are not thoroughly fermented and do not contain a high amount of acidic by-product and so the addition of baking soda won't make them extra spongy. Instead, a good amount of baking powder is added to make the waffles extra fluffy.
Want how to know how I cooked these waffles? It's super easy! First, you need a large mixing bowl with enough room for expansion.