Jonny's mom was in town last week and we made some classic savory waffles.
Here is the thing about waffles, you need two recipes... One for sweet toppings, and one for savory toppings. This one is for savory and the key ingredient is buckwheat flour.
Both of these recipes are coming soon in a vegan version.
-1 Cup white non bleached flour
-1 Cup buckwheat flour
-1Tbsp baking powder
-1tsp sea salt
-1 3/4 Cup of whole milk
-1/2 Cup avocado oil
-Red swiss chard
-Black sesame seeds
-Sea salt and black pepper
Heat a pan with a little olive oil. Beat 7 eggs and pour them into the pan.
Grate 1/4 cup parmesan cheese into the eggs.
Place chard leaves onto half of the mixture and top with enoki mushrooms.
Cover the pan and cook on medium for 4 or 5 min until the egg mixture firms up.
Salt and pepper to taste and lay on the chives.
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-1 tsp ground turmeric
-1 tsp ground cumin
-1/4 tsp ground ginger
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-Puffed pastry sheet
-Quebec cheese (anything washed rind, I recommend Oka)
Douse your asparagus with olive oil, lemon juice, sea salt and cracked pepper.
Sprinkle a little flour on a flat surface. Roll your puff pastry out to a square pizza crust thickness.
Cut into 3"x 3" squares. (I use a square bowl as a cutter)
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Crack an egg into the pan and cover with a lid.
Add a little water (or my favourite, the juice from your feta cheese) and keep covered.
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