4/7/10

7 Naked Belgian Buttermilk Waffles

My hubby is the designated breakfast cook.

Not only is he good at it, he's the only one up early enough to do it!

I was fortunate this time to be with him and photograph his culinary experience...

Flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt go in a bowl.

He usually makes a buttermilk substitute (lemon juice + milk), but I convinced him to try SaCo's cultured dry buttermilk powder.

In another bowl, go in the powdered buttermilk and water...

add in egg yolks  and oil...

meanwhile, the egg whites are whipped up in the KitchenAid stand mixer until stiff peaks form.

This is the secret to light, airy, waffles.

The whipped egg whites get gently folded into the dry ingredients.

The batter is poured into a preheated waffle maker.

We purchased this Waring Pro Waffle Maker at Costco, and use it almost weekly ~


all you do is close the lid and flip it over.

When you hear the timer ring,






































you open it to find a golden waffle!

These cook up really quickly.  There is very little wait time.

Here's an inside shot....look at all those airy bubbles inside, just waiting to soak up your favorite syrup ~

What do you like on your waffles?

Buttermilk Waffles
Ingredients
1 3/4 c. all purpose flour
1 t. baking powder
1/2 t. baking soda
1/4 t. salt
2 egg yolks
2 c. buttermilk or sour milk (2 T. lemon juice or vinegar + enough milk to equal 2 cups) I like to use SaCo dry buttermilk
1/2 c. vegetable oil
2 egg whites

Instructions
In a mixing bowl, combine flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt.
In another bowl, beat egg yolks, add milk and oil.

Add egg yolk mixture all at once to dry mixture.  Stir until just moistened.  Batter will be lumpy.  Do not overmix.

Beat egg whites in an electric mixer until stiff peaks form.  

Gently fold egg white mixture into wet batter, leaving a few bits of egg white.  Do not overmix.

Pour about 1 cup of batter onto preheated waffle maker.

Close lid and do not open until desired doneness is reached.

Repeat until batter is gone.  

Serve warm with desired toppings.

7 comments:

  1. Yum! If you'd like a real authentic Belgium waffle, there's a place downtown across from Pioneer Park on 300 S called Bruges. A real Belgium waffle is a dough (what you're good at, right?!) and has sugar crystals in it. YUM!! This place also has Belgium Frites (or french fries) with lots of different kinds of dipping sauces. If you go, try the Andalouse sauce- it's excellent!

    Oh, I like strawberries & whipped cream on my Belgium waffles with a little chocolate drizzle. :)

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  2. The powdered buttermilk is great to have in your fridge as a backup! I use it in many of my "mix" recipes. My husband is also the breakfast person in our family, just ask my kids.
    (whatilove,whatido.blogspot.com)

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  3. How wonderful that your husband cooks breakfast! What a treat! Your Belgian waffle maker looks fabulous- as do the waffles.

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  4. O.k., ladies, looks like I need to try a REAL Beligium waffle, eh?

    Laurie, I used to do a bunch of the make-a-mixes, I forgot all about them!

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  5. You are a lucky lady - the waffles look delicious.

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  6. I used your waffle recipe this morning. Light, crispy on the outside and soft in the middle. It was so hard to not eat the entire batch myself.

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  7. Hello Frieda!

    These waffles look delightful!!
    Many greets from sunny Brussels, Belgium!

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