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  • And we're back. We're making waffles.

  • Pancakes or...

  • Hmm. How does one open this?

  • Waffles!

  • I've never used one of these.

  • Feel like I should spray, so it doesn't stick.

  • Pretty sure you're not supposed to use an entire can of Pam per waffle.

  • No, let's not do that.

  • So I'm gonna pour my waffle in.

  • Oh, no, I forgot to spray it.

  • I should've sprayed it first.

  • You shoulda, and the Pam was right there.

  • Dad!

  • This is my son.

  • I claim total responsibility for this human being right here.

  • Look at that, you can hear it starting to sizzle already.

  • Oh, I think I poured in a lot. Oops.

  • Little bit more.

  • Get everything inside, so that you're not wasting any of the batter.

  • Spanky, spanky, spanky, spanky, spanky.

  • Okay, now I'm going to close the waffle maker.

  • See ya. And we wait.

  • Watch me put too much, oh, I knew it.

  • Oh, man.

  • It's leaking all over the place.

  • Hm, put too much in.

  • I did overfill it a little bit.

  • It's foaming out.

  • Don't do that! Don't put too much!

  • Ugh, I don't have the patience for a waffle.

  • Yup, lot of raw footage going by.

  • Spillage happening.

  • Oh, well, okay, I just wanna take a peek, but I also don't wanna ruin it.

  • I'm gonna just check it. Just, just in case.

  • Yep, that's the way it's supposed to look.

  • Ugh, this looks... so gross.

  • Oh, maybe I should have put oil.

  • Maybe I'll put a little bit more, and put the oil, try this again.

  • What we have here was a, an excess of waffle mix, but this is great, 'cause you can just scoop this up and then make another waffle.

  • We don't have a spoon, so we'll just use a melon baller and just, we don't waste here.

  • What you can do, is that.

  • Three, two, ready.

  • Okay, yeah. There you go. It's done.

  • But how the hell do I get it out?

  • Let's use these nail clippers.

  • Grab it? may I just grab it? I think it just....

  • Oh god, here we go. One waffle piece.

  • Waffle, ah!

  • Trying to scrape my waffle.

  • Lesson learned here. You cannot make waffles without butter.

  • Ah, waffles. Waffles are my favorite.

  • Who doesn't like a good waffle?

  • You have to have your waffle iron hot, has to be preheated.

  • You can usually drop water on a skillet to see if it's hot.

  • It's ready.

  • Gonna use some of this spray to coat it so the waffle doesn't stick.

  • To make the perfect waffle, you need the perfect mix.

  • I have some already made.

  • Ching, ching!

  • When you pour your waffle batter in, go right down the center.

  • If you fill the entire thing, it will spill out the sides.

  • And then, have to close it.

  • Most people at this point wanna look, but they pull it out too fast; you just wanna wait, people.

  • It's the easiest thing to make. Hopefully.

  • Can we put like elevator music in, is that like a thing we can do?

  • Oh, this is going really well or really bad.

  • It's kind of coming out on the edges, but that's a good sign.

  • It's smelling pretty good.

  • It's usually like two minutes per side, pretty much.

  • Oh, maybe a little longer.

  • I don't remember it taking too long at the hotel.

  • I like my waffle like how I look, toasted.

  • It's sizzling.

  • Oh, oh, it turned green.

  • Does that mean it's good?

  • You know it's done when you feel it in your heart, which is now.

  • Woo, voila!

  • Serve it.

  • And boom, there we have a perfect waffle.

  • See that?

  • Brown on the outside, both sides!

  • Oh, it's beautiful!

  • Oh my god, how could you leave me this and not give me syrup?

  • I don't know, guys, I get my waffles delivered.

  • Hello, your waffle's calling, it's ready.

  • All right, guys, we're gonna make a waffle.

  • Step one, always preheat your waffle iron.

  • Step two, I'm gonna go ahead and spray this waffle maker just to ensure that the batter isn't going to stick to it.

  • Now the next thing is to start kind of in the center, and I pour my batter in a spiral fairly slowly until it spreads most of the way to the edge, but not quite all the way there.

  • And then I'm just gonna close that guy down. And wait.

  • Don't rush your waffle, that's the next key that's really, really important here.

  • Okay, let's give that a check.

  • Uh, we're on the top here.

  • Perfect, we're gonna go a little bit longer. It's really close.

  • Okay, so we have a waffle.

  • So you're just gonna gently lift that, and you can slide that guy right out.

  • While cutting it, I just use the seams that are right in there and just kinda separate it just like that.

  • There's our waffle.

  • Ooh, that was a raw piece, okay. It's fine.

  • She's cooked through!

  • She is cooked through, mph, mph, mm, mm.

And we're back. We're making waffles.

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50 People Try To Make Waffles | Epicurious

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/12/31
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