Sourdough Waffle Recipe
I don’t know if you know it by now but I love my sourdough starter. I am on the constant look out for recipes like this Sourdough Waffles recipe so I can use my sourdough starter.
I don’t know if you know it by now but I love my sourdough starter. I am on the constant look out for recipes that use sour dough starter.
Last Saturday night, while talking to my MIL on the phone, somehow we got on the subject of sourdough pancakes and waffles.One of my husbands friends had recently given him a brand new Oster Waffle Maker for me. I immediately tested it out the following weekend on a batch of waffles made with the recipe on a box of pancake mix.They turned out really good. I was very impressed with the waffle maker. This being the first time I have ever used one. I didn’t know what to expect.
So when I was talking to my MIL on the phone I told her I would make her sourdough waffles on Sunday morning if she wanted to come over.All I needed was to find a recipe.
So off to Google I go and type in sourdough waffles.
One of the first websites that comes up is for King Arthur Flour Sourdough Waffles or Pancakes
I should have known I would find a recipe there. I have made a few of the recipes posted on the King Arthur Baking Banter blog. All of the recipes I try always turn out awesome. One of my favorites is for Gordita’s. You can find that recipe here.
So, when I cook breakfast it is like cooking for the army. I have a LARGE family. Between my house, my daughters house and my sons house I am cooking for and serving 11 people, big and small. Add the MIL and that’s twelve for breakfast.So that’s a lot of waffles. I made up one batch of the sourdough and one batch with boxed pancake mix. Not everyone loves sourdough like I do. Crazy huh??Begin the recipe the night before by mixing up your sponge.Overnight sponge.
- To make the overnight sponge, stir down your refrigerated starter, and remove 1 cup.
- In a large mixing bowl, stir together the 1 cup starter, flour, sugar, and buttermilk.
- Cover and let rest at room temperature overnight.
- In a small bowl or mixing cup, beat together the eggs, and oil or butter. Add to the overnight sponge.
- Add the salt and baking soda, stirring to combine. The batter will bubble.
- Pour batter onto your preheated, greased waffle iron, and bake according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
- Serve waffles immediately, to ensure crispness. Or hold in a warm oven till ready to serve.
We had plain sourdough waffles, blueberry sourdough waffles, regular waffles and sourdough waffles with whipped cream and strawberry jam.
They all turned out great. I know because as the cook I had to sample each one.
I’m think banana sourdough waffles the next time.
I didn’t get a picture of the blueberry waffles because they didn’t last long enough for me to get a picture.
My family makes fun of me as it is each time I cook something and they have to wait to eat for me to take a picture.