I used the same recipe I’ve always used so I’m not comparing the actual taste of the stovetop waffles to those made with the electric waffle maker.
As I was reading the reviews on the pan yesterday, people commented on how they loved the deep “pockets” for holding syrup. Yes, they are deep and that makes the sides kinda crunchy. We both liked these waffles more than we liked those made in the electric waffle maker.
These were made in the Nordic Ware Cast Aluminum Waffle Pan I mentioned yesterday. The best news is that they did not stick at all!
This was the first four I made and I didn’t have quite enough batter to fill the hole in that one but three out of four are close to perfect so that’s good.
On my stove, I have six burners and the four on the outside corners are all different. The two in the middle are the same. I tried two burners and felt they were cooking too hot but the one in the middle was close to perfect. Set the temp on “4” and they required little attention other than turning the entire pot over after about 4 minutes on the first side.
It’s so much easier and quicker using the stovetop waffle pot. The electric one stays on a shelf in the garage. This one fits in the drawer under the wall oven where the other two pots I use stay. I think we’re going to get a lot of use out of this little pan.