Recipe by Deb McMeen
"These are not a sweet waffle! I use them to serve creamed beef or chicken for a quick, easy supper. They are very light, very tasty, and they smell heavenly."
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1 1/2 cups
shredded smoked Gouda cheese
light sour cream
I have twice used this recipe as the bread component for Eggs Benedict, and both times I went without the smoked Gouda--didn't have it on hand. I doubled the herbs as well, to thinking that this would make up for the loss of the cheese flavor. The second time I used a Belgian waffle-maker, and that really made the recipe. They were crunchy and flavorful, and they'll be a permanent component of my Eggs Benedict from now on! I really recommend that you try these that way.
I am sorry to say that we really did not care for the waffles. I made them to go along with spicey fried chicken and was very disappointed.
This was a great recipe....I don't think the other person who reviewed it understood what to do with the waffles!!!
My family loves these waffles. The first time I made them, I made a creamed ham to go on them. They were fabulous. The next time, I used cheddar instead of the gouda. I made an Italian sausage and mushroom sauce and they were once again great.
We tried these waffles last night and they were quite enjoyable. They took us much longer than 15min. prep that is suggested but were worth the extra effort. Our gouda was not a really strong gouda and the flavor didn't come out too much. Next time we will try another flavor of cheese. oh-and you really need to oil the waffle iron--our first waffle had to be scraped out! Once we started oiling liberally, they turned out perfectly.
I made these with scrambled eggs and they were really good. Next time, I'll try them with an actual creamed dish. And to the person who made them with spicy chicken--did you read the description?
I really, really love these. I made them as written minus the tarragon and served them with some lobster newburg over the top. A great change of pace and utterly delicious. They are great plain as a substitute for boring dinner rolls and biscuits. I will make these weekly with different herbs and cheeses. Definitely do grease the waffle iron!
These are my new obsession. I ate them with chicken salad and then with beef stew. I do have a non-stick waffle iron and it does need lightly greased when I make these, so follow the directions that say lightly grease. I made the whole batch and froze the waffles. Just as yummy after thawing and putting in the toaster.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Savory Herb Waffles
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 270
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