The Belgian Waffle Maker has been a member of my household for the last month or so (a little more than that in fact). I have been trying out various recipe with high success rate. For a long time I was wondering if I wanted to buy the waffle iron and gave in last month to get this Flipside Belgian Waffle maker. I am loving it! I must have tried like 20 different types of waffles and the result have been impressive to say the least. The maintenance is v easy and it fits well in my closet sized kitchen. The cleaning is also a breeze.I tried the waffles recipes they suggested from the manual first and then slowly moved to other recipes. Will be posting them in the days to come. Meanwhile, lets come back to this Mango Waffle recipe. This was the latest waffle I tried thanks to the cartload of mangoes ( about which I mentioned here) waiting to be used. The best part of these waffles was - of course- the mangoes. Chunks of mangoes peeked through the waffles. See that little mango peeping out below?
I made this recipe turned out great, best was it took so little time and everyone's a fan :)
Since it was slightly low in sugar everyone liked it more, plus i topped it with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream, fresh mango pieces and chocolate sauce
thanks, will it work if i substitute mango for any other fruit?
Also if i want to make plain waffles without a filling, do i use the same recipe minus the mangoes?
Yummy Waffles.....for some reason Waffle was little bitter....i topped with lot mangoes and honey then...
Wud help if you could elaborate on how your batter looks like and what exactly is the issue..--DK
Yes, it does take longer..see mine were on the darker side too. I tried another method to make it eggless which worked by using flaxseeds. Wanted to blog it, but well - we ate the mangoes just by themselves...will wait for another season to make them :) --DK
I guess you can :)
Try experimenting...this was an experiment for me too :) - How does Banana sound to you?
By Billie durbin on May 26, 2014