PRO LINE™ SERIES WAFFLE BAKER
Don't overfill the waffle plates. Pour the batter onto the center of the plate, then evenly
spread it out to the edges using a soft spatula or the bottom of a non-metallic ladle.
The batter should almost cover the peaks of the waffle grid.
Do not coat the waffle plates with spray-on oils or shortenings – they will produce a
gummy build-up that will be difficult to remove. If your waffles tend to stick to the
plates, add a little more butter or oil to the recipe.
Use a pitcher instead of a ladle: it's much easier to pour batter than to ladle it.
Close the baker lid immediately after removing a waffle. This helps maintain the proper
baking temperature for additional waffles.
Whether one or two waffles are being prepared, always rotate the
baking unit after filling a waffle plate. This coats both the upper and
lower waffle plates with batter and ensures the finest consistency.