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Waffle House Waffles

By Todd Wilbur

Score: 4.54. Votes: 13
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Two friendly Atlanta, Georgia neighbors built the first Waffle House in 1955. With the dimpled breakfast hotcake as a signature item, the privately held chain grew into 20 Southern U.S. states. Today tasty food at rock-bottom prices, plus 24-hours-a-day service, makes Waffle House a regular stop for devoted customers any time of the day or night. And don't even think about referring to your server as a waitress—they're called "associates."

For the best clone of the 50-year-old secret waffle recipe you should chill the batter overnight in the fridge, just as they do in each of the restaurants. But sometimes you can't wait. If you need instant gratification, the recipe still works if you make the waffles the same day. Wait for at least 15 to 20 minutes before using he batter so that it can thicken a bit. That'll give you time to dust off the waffle iron and heat it up.

Source: Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2 by Todd Wilbur.

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Score: 4.54. Votes: 13
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Deanna H
Nov 20, 2017, 14:16

Since getting my belgium waffle maker last year, I hadn't really hit upon a great recipe yet. I didn't like any of the recipes I tried in the Krup booklet. This one was really tasty. I did have a bit of a problem mixing the milks into the fats though, instead of turning into an emulsion, I had lots of little globules of butters in the liquids. Turned out OK though once cooked. Will definitely put this on my keeper list!

Waffle lover
Jan 12, 2016, 23:00

This was a good waffle, but did not measure up to the taste of waffle house. Only hinted at the flavor.

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