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Alan, This is a recipe from those old time cast iron stove top waffle irons. I've use it alot. I've found old timers like it better and younger people like bisquick better. To be honest I've never used it in a modern waffle iron. I have a Griswold Heart and star with a high base I use. If you're interested I can take some pictures. Anyway, here is the recipe as given with their waffle irons 100 years ago. Waffle Recipe 2 eggs 1 3/4 C milk 1/2 C butter, melted 2 C flour 4 t baking powder 1 T sugar 1/2 t salt Heat your waffle iron. It will be important for you to experiment with the temperature settings on your stove. Beat eggs, add sugar, then salt. Beat in flour with milk and then add the butter(melted first). When the waffle iron is hot, then add the baking powder, as this will allow the baking powder to work and make fluffy waffles. Add enough batter to the center of your iron to make about 1/2 to 3/4 of it filled and then close the waffle iron. Cook on one side for about 2 minutes, the flip the iron over for about 2 minutes. If you waffles stick, then the iron is not hot enough or it is not seasoned enough.
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