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Monday, November 27, 2017

Multigrain waffles

Waffles are my daughter's favorite weekend breakfast. She loves it topped with fresh fruit, whipped cream and honey or maple syrup.  As for me, though I like waffles, I cannot imagine starting my day with something sweet. So, though it might sound sacrilegious to most people,  I usually top my waffles up with something spicy. In the pic, I've spread some karuveppilai thokku (Curry leaves pickle) on my waffle.


What you need:
1 cup multigrain pancake/waffle flour (I used Trader Joe's Organic Waffle mix)
3/4 cup cold milk
2 tbsp. oil

Mix the ingredients to a smooth batter. Brush some oil on your waffle iron. Heat it and pour enough of the batter to cover the lower surface of the waffle iron. Close and cook. Wait for a few minutes before opening to check if the waffles are done.
Serve with toppings of your choice.

This post is the second in a series of posts on Food from the USA for the Blogging Marathon. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#82


11 comments:

sushma said...

Nice and healthy pancakes

vaishali sabnani said...

Waffles are a rage among the youngsters , the enormous variation in toppings make it suitable for all , I like the way you have topped it , looks delicious .

Pavani N said...

I'm in favor of sweeter toppings for my waffles :-) But your savory topping sounds delicious on that crispy waffle.

Harini R said...

My older one also loves waffles and pancakes with some spicy chutney!

Sapana Behl said...

Multigrain waffles is a healthy and tasty breakfast idea.

Sowmya :) said...

Waffles are an absolute favourite with my daughter...will try these soon for her. Yum!

Priya Suresh said...

Am in love with this nutritious waffles and that chutney makes me drool.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

I would not even think of using karuvepillai thokku for my waffles. My dad would certainly be in favor as he hates all the sweet syrups.

Priyakumar said...

waffles are my love. I eat with lots of chocolate spread... its new to have it with pickle.

I Camp in my Kitchen said...

hmm karuvepillai thokku on a waffle, that is one delicious twist!!!

Chef Mireille said...

If Americans eat waffles and fried chicken, why not top it with something spicy?