Biscuit Waffles


Waffled biscuits?

I will leave the naming particulars to the English department and the nice folk at Pillsbury, who emailed me this pretty terrific idea the other day just as I was thinking about trying a new chicken tenders and waffle recipe.

It is genius, really, and so simple, I am kindof  amazed it is not more widely known.

I used these Honey Butter Grands Biscuits and my new handy-dandy mini waffle maker, though, of course, a larger waffle iron would work a treat, too.

To start, line a baking pan with parchment paper and heat your oven to 200º (to keep your biscuit waffles warm while you are making the rest of them).

Apply cooking spray to your waffle maker and pre heat.

Divide your biscuit dough into eight pieces and place one on your hot waffle maker.

Close the lid (I had to weigh my mini waffle maker lid down) and cook for three or four minutes, until your biscuit waffle is nicely browned and cooked through.

Remove the cooked waffle to a tray and repeat with the remaining dough.

Note: the biscuit dough will puff up a bit in the waffle maker.

Once finished, serve as you will.

We enjoyed ours with those chicken tenders and Sriracha Maple Syrup (details to come), but really, these are fine as plain ole waffles.

But biscuits.

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