Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Homemade Pandan Waffle


In Singapore it is quiet easy to find freshly made waffles that are available in different fillings from most of the neighbourhood bakery shops. I remember a few years back a piece of "plain" waffle cost around 70 cents compared to now which is about S$1.00 - S$1.20 depending on the shop. And my favourite place to grab a piece of crisp and hot waffle is always at PrimaDéli where they used to make delicious waffles many years back during my school days.

Recently I have seen quiet a number of people in my facebook timeline sharing photos of either the  Taiyaki(Japanese fish pancake) or Waffles that they have made for breakfast or tea snack. So without hesitate, I also Google to read more on the related recipe and I have found one which I think is pretty easy to follow using electric Waffle Maker.


HOMEMADE WAFFLES
(Pandan Flavour)


This recipe requires separate whisking of egg yolk and white before folding the mixture together to form a waffle batter. Base on the positive comments and feedback shown on Annie's site,  I decide to give this recipe a try since it is quiet similar to the recipe I have which included together with my Waffle Maker.


Recipe adapted and modify from House of Annie, Pandan Waffles.

(Makes: 4 pieces | Preparation: 10 minutes | Cooking: 10 minutes)

Ingredients:
125g All-purpose Plain Flour
50g Caster Sugar
1.5 Teaspoon Cornflour
1/4 Teaspoon Salt
1/2 Teaspoon Baking Soda
1 Teaspoon Baking Powder
1 Egg, yolk and white separate
100ml Coconut Milk
80ml Drinking Water
1/2 - 3/4 Teaspoon Pandan Paste
30ml Salad/Vegetable Oil


Method:-
1. In a mixing bowl, whisk in coconut milk, pandan water(pandan paste mix with 80ml drinking water), oil and egg yolk till well-combined.

2. Using another bowl, sieve in all dry ingredients such as flour, sugar, salt, baking powder, baking soda and cornflour.

3. Next using a whisk, stir in wet ingredients into the flour mixtures till the batter is slightly lumpy and thick.(do not over mix at this stage)

4. Whisk Egg White with pinch of cream of tartar on medium speed using electric whisk till stiff peaks.(done is about 3 - 5 minutes. To test overturn the bowl and the white should remains without falling)

5. Gently fold white into the flour better till incorporate.

6. Preheat waffle iron and ladle 1 to 1.5 scoop(depending on the size of the scoop) of batter onto hot waffle iron. Cook according to the machine instruction manual until golden brown.

7. Serve hot with honey, jam, kaya, chocolate and etc.

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NOTE:-
~ You can replace Pandan Paste and 80ml drinking water with 50ml Fresh Pandan Juice and 30ml drinking water.

~ Coconut milk can be replace by fresh milk if you prefer a healthier version.


I love to have my waffle with lots of unsalted butter and honey whereas my boy prefer to have extra spread of his favourite Nutella. No matter which is your choice of spread I am sure nothing beats a pieces of freshly homemade waffle to perk up your day together with a cup of coffee or tea.

16 comments:

  1. Hi Ellena,

    Thanks for sharing the recipe. May I check if you need to grease the waffle maker when you pre-heat it?
    I tried my waffle maker and the batter sticked onto the pan..very badly....

    Thanks,
    mary

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  2. Very lovely! Thanks for the link back.

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  3. Thanks for sharing this recipe, Ellena! Will definitely book mark this one. Your waffles look yummy!

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  4. Hi
    Where do u get ur Waffle machine?
    Tks in advance.
    Huiqi

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  5. I love to add butter, honey and Nutella on my waffles. Still got some more to share :)

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  6. Pandan Waffle! LOVE IT! I like this waffle maker. Ours is simple boring round one... Love the light green from pandan leaves. :-)

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  7. oh my! I love everything about this! I want to make this RIGHT NOW.

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  8. Hi Ellena,

    Hope all is well with you.

    I just would like you to know that I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. I have announced it here: http://www.mywanderingstory.com/2012/06/versatile-blogger-award.html

    :)

    Cheers and greetings from Malaysia.

    Christine

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  9. hi Ellena, may i know where you buy your metal measuring cups from? im been trying to get it but cant seem to find metal type only plastic.

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    1. Hi Shirley, I got my metal measuring cups from Australia years back :)

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  10. Hi
    I love your blog, it's my life-saver site everytime when I don't know what to cook for my DS.
    Wanted to try out this pandan waffle, may i know where to get the Pandan Paste?

    Cheers
    Labbit

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    1. Hi Labbit,

      Thanks for your kind words. You can get Pandan Paste from any leading supermarkets like Cold Storage, Fairprice or Phoon Huat. Hope that help.

      Regards
      Ellena

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  11. hello! before I try your recipe, I would like to clarify the coconut milk stated? Cos per your photo attached, it's coconut cream.

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    1. Hi Mom, you can used either coconut milk or cream just that cream is more fragrance and with thicker texture.

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  12. Hi Ellena

    May i know where to you bought your waffer mould from?
    thank you

    Huikee

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