Wild Rice Pecan Waffles

Wild Rice Pecan Waffles

"My mother found this recipe and shared it with me. It has become a favorite of my family's - especially when the waffles are served with my dad's homemade maple syrup."
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20 m servings
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  1. In a bowl, combine the flour, baking powder and salt. In a mixing bowl, beat egg yolks, milk and oil; stir into dry ingredients just until moistened. In another bowl, beat egg whites until stiff peaks form; fold into batter. Fold in the rice and pecans.
  2. Bake in a preheated greased waffle iron according to manufacturer's directions until golden brown.

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It is truly a shame that more people have not tried this recipe. I'm a Minnesotan and we put wild rice into everything, so if you're thinking wild rice in waffles sounds weird, it's delicious. ...

This recipe is a 10 star winner! I work with a native American tribe in Wisconsin; people who KNOW wild rice and more ways than I could ever hope to know about preparing it I've shared this re...

These were great! You can freeze wild rice once it's cooked. I always make extra when I make a recipe that calls for it so it cuts down on prep time later. Thanks for the recipe! I'll be mak...

These are wonderful!! I used hazelnuts instead of pecans, and since I do not have a waffle iron, I made them into small pancakes, which worked excellently. I'm sure they would be at least as goo...

Wow, I may never eat waffles any other way. These were outstanding. I doubled the recipe and unfortunately measured the salt wrong. I thought it called for a tablespoon versus a teaspoon. Well, ...

Great. I used brown rice, whole wheat flour, and added a little coconut to the mix.

Our family loves this recipe. We make it for dinner as much as we do for breakfast. I tend to change up recipes a lot, but this one is great just the way it is.

Any idea how the texture/taste would vary if I used parbroiled rice instead of wild rice?

These were wonderful. Well worth the extra effort. Followed the recipe exactly, just added a little cinnamon.

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