Wheat Flour-Vegetable Waffles
Waffles with Walnut Chutney and green tea
This edition of BM #16 will see me posting some interesting breakfast ideas for the 1st week.


I came across this interesting breakfast idea when I was browsing tarladalal.comI found it very interesting as this happens to be a fusion of east and west. The typical American breakfast of Waffles South Indianized to accommodate our spicier palates! 


These waffles definitely grabbed the attention of S and was glad to have the spicier version while the kids had the sweeter version! Win-Win situation, don't you think?


Here are the waffles for Day 1 of BM #16.


Note - The batter can be used to make dosa/pancake by reducing a little water.


Ingredients - 


Wheat Flour 3/4 cup
Rice Flour 1/4 cup
*Tomato pureed 1 cup
Corn crushed handful (I thawed frozen corn and crushed)
Carrot, grated 2 Tbsp
Onion , finely chopped 3 Tbsp (Optional)
Coriander leaves , finely chopped 2 Tbsp
Salt as needed
Red Chilli Powder 1/2 tsp
Ginger, grated 1 tsp
Green Chillies 1-2 (or as per taste) (Optional)
Cumin Seeds 1 tsp
Asafoetida a pinch
ENO fruit Salt 2 tsp
Water as needed (about 3/4 cup depending on the type of wheat flour)
Oil to cook (about 2-3 tsp)


* Blanch tomatoes, deskin and puree.


Waffle maker needed


Wheat Flour-Vegetable Waffles
Vegetable Waffles with Maple Syrup
Method Of Preparation -


Mix all the ingredients except the fruit salt and water. 


Gradually add water to make a thick batter.


Preheat the waffle iron and spray some oil.


Sprinkle the fruit salt evenly on the batter and sprinkle water on it to activate the bubbly action.


Briskly mix the batter and pour it on the preheated iron.


Cover the waffle over and let it cook until the indicator shows green. (follow instructions of the waffle maker)


Remove and serve with chutney of your choice.


I made a small batch for the kids without the chillies and they had it with maple syrup while we had it the spicier way with Walnut Chutney.


Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#16 .


Preparation Time 15 min 
Makes 3 (6 inch round waffles) 

26 comments

  1. sushma Says:
  2. Wow awesome..different form the regular waffles

     
  3. so funny we were both thinking waffles for Day 1!

     
  4. Rajani Says:
  5. Love this! The picture of the waffle with syrup is really nice

     
  6. wow, that is such an excellent idea dear. I recently bough waffle maker, so will give this a try :)

     
  7. Champa Says:
  8. Very nice Harini.Just so you know, people without waffle maker can turn the same batter into pancakes by reducing liquid a little.

     
  9. Jayanthi Says:
  10. My next appliance apart from tons that are sitting in the cupboard will be the waffle maker. Lovely wholesome waffles...and amazing twist Harini. Nice one.

     
  11. thanks Champa for the tip. shall update the post with this info.

     
  12. Looks great. This is my incentive to buy a waffle maker.:D

     
  13. jan Says:
  14. yummm, will buy waffle maker now :-)

     
  15. Shobha Says:
  16. I like the Indian version of waffles.

     
  17. Rasi Says:
  18. Such a nice twist.. the desi waffles look gr8!

     
  19. Smitha Says:
  20. very good one Harini!love indianized waffles...for this reason i need to get myself a waffle maker!!

    And I love greek yogurt...yes shrikhand with homemade yogurt taste much better but I even like it with greek yogurt...my kids dont mind either!

     
  21. Wow!!sounds innovative and interesting,different from regular waffles....

     
  22. Priya Says:
  23. Wow wat an interesting waffle, well done Harini.

     
  24. Looks yummy .. Waffles with a different twist

     
  25. Srivalli Says:
  26. That's really fantastic Harini..what a wonderful BF to look forward..

     
  27. ANU Says:
  28. wow very impressive ad innovative idea...wow really hv to try this...luv it dear!

     
  29. PriyaVaasu Says:
  30. Healthy waffles!!! Looks yum, love the idea of making it as dosa also!!!!

     
  31. Anu Says:
  32. Looks yummy and perfect..

     
  33. Looks different and tempting. Nice idea.

     
  34. Nupur Says:
  35. Aww.... I just love waffles.. I think am gonna get the maker pretty soon after looking at your post and pics..

     
  36. too good...I like the indian version...a must try!!..and I think we can serve it with cheese sauce they will taste amazing:))

     
  37. Akila Says:
  38. wow simply superb...

    Event: Dish Name Starts With L
    Learning-to-cook
    Regards,
    Akila

     
  39. vidhas Says:
  40. Very intresting recipe. Love the combo.

     
  41. Mireille too has posted waffles today! Nice spicy version...i don't have a waffle machine...this would probably make a nice and spicy dosa like you say!

     
  42. Laavanya Says:
  43. How innovative and impressive... can't wait to try.

     
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