Cheddar and Bacon Cornmeal Waffle Sandwiches with Maple Mustard

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  • on February 16, 2014

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    Just made the waffles. Really good and easy. Let batter rest a couple mins before using. Crispy and light.

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  • on August 26, 2012

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    These taste great, nice and fluffy, but my batter was WAY too wet and I had to add extra flour. I should've thought about not pouring in the entire wet mixture at once, just to be safe. Duh. I carefully halved the recipe as it's only two of us here. I triple checked my measurements and still as written my batter was very thin and my first waffle burned. I added enough flour (I didn't measure, but probably about 2 or 3 Tbs, maybe even 4 to make the batter the right thickness for a waffle batter. Not great technique I know, but otherwise it would've been unusable. This worked great and the remaining two waffles (round Belgian waffle iron rather than Bobby's square one came out really beautifully. I will make these again, they are delicious! I'll probably either add a little extra flour at the beginning or not pour in all the liquid at once, since it's easier/more correct technique to loosen up a waffle batter at the end than to thicken it. All in all though, I loved these waffles!

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  • on April 22, 2012

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    Amazing. The Waffles (all alone,by themselves may be the best waffles I've ever made (2 kids, a wife, and a cat agree..., but when the dijon/maple sauce is added with the bacon and the melted cheddar...it's our new comfort food. Perfect for a rainy morning. I also made the omelet wraps and the fruit smoothies from the same episode. An amazing brunch.

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  • on December 20, 2011

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    A Winner!!!! Saw this show a few days prior to leaving for a family gathering and this sandwich looked so good, that I packed the dry ingredients and my waffle iron! The sandwich was smoky, sweet and salty - perfect for brunch. And the waffles alone were really good--- think this will be my new "go to" waffle mix!!!

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  • on September 15, 2011

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    I only made the waffle part and they were super easy and super delicious. My two kids who rarely agree on anything both agreed these waffles were fantastic. I must have a different size waffle maker than Bobby because I wound up with 10 waffles.

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