Sourdough Waffles

One of the best ways to use sourdough starter

 
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Ryan GoodwinPublished on 81 days ago

There's a lot you can do with a sourdough starter. Bread obviously, but biscuits, pancakes, i even made a short crust once and made some killer sourdough pasties. But waffles, man, waffles are by far my favorite sourdough application. Sweet and sour. Maple syrup and sourdough are a wonderful combo.

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What you will need

12 tbsp butter

2 cups milk

3 eggs

1 cup sourdough starter

1 tsp vanilla

1 pinch salt

1 1/2 tbsp sugar

2 cup AP flour

Extra butter for lube

How to cook

1

12 tbsp butter

Melt the butter

2

2 cups milk

Whisk the milk into the warm butter and bring it up to a warm temperature, around body temp.

3

3 eggs

Beat in 3 eggs.

4

1 cup sourdough starter

Whisk in the sourdough starter.

5

1 tsp vanilla

Whisk in the vanilla.

6

1 pinch of salt

Whisk in the salt.

7

1 1/2 tbsp sugar 2 cup flour

Whisk in the sugar. Stir in the flour until fully mixed.

8

Chill overnight.

Let the batter sit, lightly covered at room temp for a couple of hours. Then, refrigerate it overnight.

9

Hella butter

Lube up your waffle iron.

10

Make some waffles.

These cook kinda slow, so you should give them a solid 10-15 minutes in the iron.

11

Smother in butter and maple syrup.

When they're nice and toasty, load them up with butter and syrup. Grade A maple syrup is highly recommended. The combination of maple and sourdough is magical.

When they're nice and toasty, load them up with butter and syrup. Grade A maple syrup is highly recommended. The combination of maple and sourdough is magical.

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Silvia Curioni
OMG!
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Rafael Sanches
Bravo!!
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Renato Peterman
Nice photo! I'm hungry now! 😄
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