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Luminous waffle !!!!



Whenever, I pass by any shops selling waffle, mostly I would order one for myself. One of my favourites.

Today, I tried one of the recipe from the website "house of Annie", seems like quite a number of bloggers have a favourable reviews on her pandan waffle, it tempted me.

I use self raising flour and a small packet of Heng Guan coconut milk and pandan extract that gives a luminous colour as well as the fragant. The only setback is that I went to use coarse sea salt and it was not dissolve, certain part of the waffle is salty. Other than that, my husband loved it, say taste like kaya.

Below is the recipe from the blog

Recipe from House of Annie
Pandan Waffles
1 cup bleached, all-purpose flour
1/2 cup sugar
1-1/2 tsp cornstarch
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp baking soda + 1/2 tsp cream of tartar (OR 1 tsp baking powder + 1/4 tsp baking soda)
1 egg, whites separated from the yolk
1 cup coconut milk (or substitute with milk)
2 Tbsp unsalted butter, melted (I prefer to omit this step, the waffle just isn't as buttery. Can substitute with oil)
1/2 tsp pandan extract / pandan paste
Notes:
*If you double the recipe, most cans of coconut milk will be less than 2 cups, just add water to get correct liquid amount.
*Sugar can be halved for less sweet waffles.
*Self-raising flour can be used in place of flour, salt, baking powder and baking soda.
1. Put dry ingredients into mixing bowl.
2. Mix all wet ingredients except egg whites in another bowl.

3. Mix 1 and 2 together, but don't stir too much because the waffles will become hard and chewy (which is partly the reason why I ended up with badly mixed waffles the first time).
3. Beat egg whites in a completely dry bowl until stiff white peaks form. (make sure the bowl's dry or it won't become foamy)

4. Gently fold the egg whites into the mixture.
5. Turn on waffle iron. When hot, grease the waffle iron well.

6. Scoop waffle mixture over waffle iron. Wait till lots of steam appears, and keep checking to see if they're cooked. Takes about 5 minutes for my waffle iron. I like mine less brown, so I tend to undercook them.

3 comments:

Passionate About Baking March 29, 2012 at 7:01 PM  

Woah! I must try this! Is this similiar to the Prima kind? Soft and chewy? I like leh. Did you eat it on its own, or spread kaya on it?

Doris March 29, 2012 at 10:00 PM  

Hi Jane,

It's good to eat on it's own, it's different from Prima which is more chewy, ha!ha! I think I forgot to put cornflour which is in the recipe, well, it's still works.

Passionate About Baking March 29, 2012 at 11:08 PM  

Then I must try this! Thanks for sharing your recipe!

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