Waffles have been eaten since medieval times and in so many ways. There are sweet and sawory, hard and soft and crisp. This week I got inspired by a cooking show to make these Sawory Waffles. I had some filling left from my Vietnamese salad and springrolls and wanted to use it in a different way. So I was wondering what to make. And I decided to make Savory Waffles.
- 2 dl wheatflour
- 2 dl potatoeflour/(potatostarch)
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 4 dl milk
- 2 eggs
- 100 g butter ( melted)
Mix all ingredients and leave for ten minutes before adding the savory filling and frying the wafflebatter.
- Ingredients for filling and topping:
- Chopped thin hamslices
- Thinly sliced bacon, chopped and crispy fried
- Garlic cloves chopped
- Thinly sliced cabbage
- Cucumber shredded
- Yellow onions, sliced
- Red onion, sliced
- Fresh bean sprouts
- Grated carrots
- These ingredients you only mix in the topping:
- Shredded cheese
- Cherry tomatoes
I had already woked all ingredients and crispfried the bacon. I mixed all the ingredients I had left and mixed some in my wafflebatter.
Some I left for topping. These I mixed with yoghurt, mayonnaise, salt and pepper. Caviar, cherry tomatoes, parsley and shredded cheese I used for garnish.
Since I used leftovers I had these ingredients. However you can use whatever you have and feel like. Do not be afraid to experiment!