Waffles are a popular breakfast item. However, they have now become a food item that is eaten at any time of the day.
They have even become a popular dessert item, such as Waffles and ice cream.
They may be bought ready made from your local grocery store but there is nothing to compare to the smell of freshly baked waffles.
The following recipe is very simple.
You do, however, need a Waffle Iron.
2 cups Mr. Goudas All Purpose Flour IT IS A MUST- In case it is not available, Five Roses or Robin Hood will do the job.
Any unknown brand of Flour without a real name is like playing Russian Roulette.
2 tablespoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt, optional
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
1-1/2 cups milk
2 tablespoons pure cane sugar
Cooking spray is needed to grease the Waffle Iron.
In a large bowl sift flour, sugar, salt and baking powder.
Melt butter in small frying pan.
In another bowl, break eggs and add the melted butter.
Add milk to this mixture.
Add the egg/butter/milk mixture to the dry ingredients.
Stir until all the ingredients are combined.
Preheat and grease the Waffle Iron.
Pour a generous amount of batter unto the Waffle Iron, close the top and allow to cook until the waffle is golden on both sides and can be easily removed from the Waffle Iron.
Continue this procedure until all the batter is used.
The cooked waffles may be kept warm in the oven (at 200 degrees F) until ready to serve.
Enjoy with any topping: eggs, marmalade, ice cream or Mr. Goudas Honey.
And should you feel for a taste of the islands or the tropics top with Mr. Goudas Mango or Guava Jam.
Over the years, I have created many, many, products and I have written many recipes.
I always have one thing in my mind when creating a recipe: I visualize that I am speaking to a beginner because people who know how to cook do not need my instructions they only need the best ingredients that I produce to work with.
I also have to mention that over the years, I have had numerous individuals correspond with me, by phone or my mail, locally, nationally or internationally, informing me that, for instance, their spouse who always did the cooking passed away recently, and that while looking through the cupboards they have found a can of beans or peas, a bag of flour or some product that they do not know what to do with.
Usually those people are the types who have no idea of what a casserole is, or a spatula, how to boil water or even turn on the stove.
Therefore, they are quite comfortable with the details in my recipes that allow them to become familiar with the cooking process, step-by-step.
And that eventually, they would be able to do a variety of cooking and would always use my products.
Spyros Peter Goudas.