Folks, it is time for another waffle recipe. Obviously because I have to make good on my threat to unleash wafflemania on you. So, Plantain Waffles anyone?
Why You’ll Love Plantain Waffles
These Plantain Waffles are the perfect way to use up that single overripe plantain languishing in your kitchen. And if plantain fruit is not a pantry staple for you, then here are 6 perfect reasons for you to go out and get acquainted with them.
No plantains? Just add in 2 medium sized bananas instead.
Don’t like banana waffles or Plantain Waffles? Well go sit in a corner and figure out what is wrong with you. Then make my classic waffles instead.
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Here is how to cook plantain waffles for some seriously awesome breakfasts and brunches – West African style.
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Plantain Waffles - Sierra Leone Flavours
- 1/2 tsp baking powder
- 1/2 tsp ground nutmeg (or to taste)
- 2 eggs beaten
- 1 large ripe plantain , peeled and mashed
- 2 tbsp maple syrup
- Switch on waffle maker and dial up to the brown setting you desire.
- Preheat waffle maker.
- Mix the flour, baking powder and nutmeg in a large bowl and make a hole in the centre.
- In a different bowl, whisk together milk, eggs and butter before adding in the mashed plantain and maple syrup and combining thoroughly.
- Slowly whisk the milk mixture into the flour to make a batter and don't worry if there are a few lumps.
- Pour half a waffle measure cup of batter into each waffle well, close lid and cook until timer has finished and beeps three times.
- Repeat until all the waffle mixture is finished.