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Lemon Poppy Seed Sourdough Waffles
Light and lemony, with a slight tang from the sourdough. Adding jarred lemon curd to the batter makes these delicious waffles extra special. In my family we would much rather have waffles for breakfast than pancakes. It just seems to me that there are so many different ways you can make waffles. Like this recipe for Lemon Poppy Seed Sourdough Waffles. Dust off your waffle makers, it’s time to make waffles.
I had never made waffles before until I purchased a very inexpensive waffle maker at a thrift store. The waffle maker I purchased was a Cuisinart waffle maker which isn’t an inexpensive brand by any means. I bought it at a thrift store for $2.00, so from my point of view it was inexpensive. Now the person who originally bought the waffle maker probably spent good money on it and from the looks of it, never used it. My grandkids had been hounding me for some time to make them waffles but before I went out and bought a good one, I wanted to see if they were actually going to like and eat them.
Belgium Waffle Maker
After trying out the ? waffle maker and the fact that my grandkids have fallen in love with homemade waffles, good-bye frozen waffles, I decided to buy a Cuisinart Belgium Waffle Maker. I like the bigger or thicker waffles that a Belgium waffle maker produces. The thicker waffles also freeze really well, which I also like. They make fantastic ice cream sandwiches.
- 2 cups
- 1 teaspoon
- 1/2 teaspoon
- 2 tablespoons
- 3 tablespoons
- zest of
- 4 teaspoons
- 1/4 cup
- In a mixing bowl, combine starter, baking soda, salt, sugar, eggs, lemon curd, lemon zest and poppy seeds. Stir in melted butter. Cook on a hot, greased waffle iron, following manufactures directions.
- Serve with lemon cured and maple syrup.