Tired of Chaffles?  Try this Paffle Recipe!

Tired of Chaffles? Try this Paffle Recipe!

September 17, 2019 59 By William Morgan

hey there it’s Steve from SeriousKeto
and in this video we’re gonna try out
the paffle but before we do that if you
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new video when I posted my first chaffle
video I got all kinds of suggestions
including some words I had never heard
before like “paffle” and “chowl” and in this
video we are gonna do the pathol and the
recipe came specifically from KCcat5
so KC this is your recipe you deserve
the credit look forward to trying it for
starters we’ll make our pork rind
breadcrumbs wow look at this one 1 large
egg beaten 1/3 of a cup of shredded
mozzarella 1/2 a cup of my pork rind
panko 1/4 teaspoon of onion powder 1/4
teaspoon of garlic powder and 1/4
teaspoon of paprika sweet or smoked
mixed together until all of our
ingredients are fully incorporated and
use about half the batter per paffle
it’s been about five minutes so let’s
get this out and onto a cooling rack so
first off I noticed the batter was a lot
thicker I didn’t expect it to spread a
lot you may need to use a little bit
more than you’re used to in order to
fill up your standard – waffle maker
let’s see how it tastes
I like this and I was really unprepared
for the way it was gonna taste it
reminds me both taste and texture a lot
of a seasoned tatertot this is another
one that I think would make a really
nice sandwich bun I think you know you
wouldn’t have to add anything really
additional in terms of condiments
besides a little bit of mayonnaise
because it’s already got enough flavor
in it I would think a roast beef and
cheddar or a turkey and Swiss on
something like this would be pretty
amazing so one thing about this recipe
that KCcat5 provided she had said
1/4 teaspoon garlic / onion powder and I
don’t know if that meant 1/4 of a
teaspoon each or 1/4 of a teaspoon of
either or 1/4 of a teaspoon combined I
think maybe this is a little bit strong
on the garlic and onion powder and if I
were to do these again I might dial back
and just do one quarter teaspoon total
between the garlic and onion powders
unless I knew that I was gonna be
breathing on someone that I really
didn’t like very much in which case then
ya go to town so that’s the poeple if
you’re finding that you’re getting tired
of the chaffle land you’ll want to mix it
up and get something that works out is a
pretty good sandwich bread I think this
is pretty solid thanks for watching