Sourdough Chocolate Waffles

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With more sourdough on hand, I tweaked the Sourdough pancake recipe to make waffles. I realised that using sourdough to make waffles tasted even better than the others that I've tried. It was very stiff when I removed from the waffle maker. It tasted really crispy outside and light and fluffy inside. You almost really couldn't taste the dough in the waffles. It doesn't give the filled feeling. It was just superb (two thumbs up)!

Recipe for Sourdough Chocolate Waffles, modified from Sourdough Pancakes.
(Makes 8 waffles of this size)

 cup Sourdough starter
2 cups Plain flour (minus 2 tbsp)
2 tbsp Cocoa powder
2 cups Water
2 Eggs
4 tbsp Liv unsalted butter melted
1 tsp Salt
1tsp Baking soda


1. In a large container, stir in all the ingredients.
2. Cover the container and let it rest one to twelve hours in the fridge. I rested it for three hours in the fridge before using.
3. Heat up your waffle maker as per operation instruction.

4. Using a soup scoop, take a scoop and place into the maker.
5. Leave it slightly longer after the indicator goes off. This is to ensure it's even more crispy. waffle_choc02 waffle_choc03


Tze @ Awayofmind said...
May 4, 2014 at 1:49 PM

Wow! The waffle machine looks so professional!

Passionate About Baking said...
May 4, 2014 at 2:45 PM

Thank you Tze. I think it might be for commercial use too! :p

Son Nguyen Truong said...
September 15, 2015 at 6:27 PM

WOW' chocklate waffle. I love this

Anonymous said...
November 27, 2015 at 10:09 PM

May I know how you make the sourdough starter? Thanks!


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