I made um last night!! I picked the first recipe from here, mostly because it seemed to be the easiest and except for the anise extract, I had all the ingredients already.
Looks good yah! Well . . . this one was actually the best-looking one of the batch.
I found the anise extract at Safeway. It was 6 bucks for 1 ounce!
The dough turned out thicker than I expected. It wasn't at all like waffle or pancake batter.
I dalloped it on like this . . . at first wondering whaaaa??? . . . is that right?
It cooked really fast . . . I counted . . . 62 seconds. Initially, I thought it wasn't enough, . . . they looked too pale, so I left them on for 10 seconds longer after the green light came on.
After tasting one though, I decided that the 62 seconds was just right. My iron didn't cook the pizzelles evenly, but they taste good. For $3, I thought it did a great job. I'll be making more . . . it was easy.
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