Question about Cuisinart WAF6 Waffle Maker
If and when I follow a recipe in the book, in particular pouring two cups of batter onto the lower grid, it spills over no matter how easily I close the cover. Even as little as a cup + a couple of ounces will spill.
What am I doing incorrectly?
Without knowing too many details...
Seems to me it may be a rising-too-quickly problem. Could be you are at altitude, or maybe this particular unit is getting hotter than normal. Try using a little less baking soda.
Conversely, perhaps it's a too-slippery-problem, if this is a Teflon coated unit maybe there is a little too much oil in the batter or you are being a little generous when oiling the waffle iron before putting in the batter.
Some thoughts for you.
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Posted on Mar 02, 2008
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