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Presto 03510 FlipSide Belgian Waffle Maker with Ceramic Nonstick Finish, 7-Inch, Black
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- Professional-style rotating design with extra-thick grid bakes a 7-inch diameter Belgian waffle with four easy-to-cut sections
- Dual function base assures convenient rotation for baking and locks in a space-saving vertical position for storage
- Countdown timer with digital display signals when time is complete; Brushed stainless steel exterior;
- Nonstick interior easily wipes clean
- Flips 180 degrees to evenly spread batter for waffles that are crispy outside and tender inside; 120 volts AC, 1100 watts
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Bake extra thick Belgian waffles in minutes. A unique rotating design lets you flip this waffle maker 180 degrees to evenly spread batter for delicious waffles that are crispy outside and tender inside. An extra-thick nonstick grid makes a 7-inch diameter waffle with four easy-to-cut sections.
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The directions say to season the waffle plates with an oil after heating them... listen here! That would be a big mistake on your part. I purchased two of these, I seasoned one and did not put oil on the other. I began cooking with both of them immediately, the seasoned pan began to stick ferrosiously after 4-6 uses! I had to process a return for it, even after cleaning it repeatedly with warm water, slightly soapy water, oiling it again... this pan was not coming back to its former glory. I am grateful that Amazon was quick to send a same day replacement. I have since then been using the replacement (un-seasoned) and I have no problems whatsoever!
The waffles come out perfect. They can be cooked to any level you desire by just leaving them in the waffle iron longer. The upright storage is handy for my cupboards, however I must say; I don't use the timer, I just 'eyeball it'.
Sometimes you buy things and feel like the manufacturer has just burnt you. But, after this purchase, I feel like I'm a WINNER!
5 starts times 5 stars for the flip side waffle maker! The reviews were right on point!
JUST DON'T SEASON THE WAFFLE IRON!!!!
Oh, one thing that I did dislike was the Timer does not have a second button like shown in the picture. It is also not 'built-in' to the device. It is a removable timer that requires us to replace Batteries over time?? I don't remember reading about that anywhere, so I have to go with 4-stars.
It makes the perfect Belgium waffles, requires little to no clean-up, and takes up minimal storage space. I've been making waffles every weekend since it arrived and use the America's Test Kitchen recipe (https://flourpants.wordpress.com/2011/02/28/buttermilk-belgian-waffles/). Each waffle takes roughly 1 cup of batter, set the waffle timer to 3 min, and I usually get 3-4 waffles out of each recipe. If you put your oven on warm (200 degrees F) and throw the waffles immediately in the oven directly on the oven rack, they will stay warm and won't get soggy while you're cooking up the rest of the batter. The leftover waffles keep for a couple days in a ziplock bag in the fridge, and I just re-heat them in the oven or toaster oven for breakfast.
Look at this picture and tell me this isn't perfection!
I'd also like to note that this was only ~$35 when I purchase it. Not sure why the cost is now up to ~$50. I still recommend it, but would search around for the best cost. Just make sure it's the same product.
I gave it 4 stars bc if you overfill it and stuff spills out a little bit, you'll NEVER get the outer part clean. I had simple waffle batter spill out a little bit and I took a kitchen sponge, then a brillo pad, and even an exacto knife to try to get the cooked batter of the edges and still couldn't get it off. It wasn't burned, just cooked batter that crusted into the outer rim. Whatever material the black rim is made from should at least be cleanable.