While my Mother-in-Law was here for a visit I borrowed a waffle iron from a friend and haven’t given it back yet. I was about to return it when I thought of an idea for dinner. We love breakfast for dinner (Brinner) and I thought I would try a savory version of Brinner. We decided you can’t really call it Brinner though. Gonna have to think of a new title for this adventure!
I started with the Bisquick waffle recipe and added from there.
2 C Bisquick
1 1/3 C milk
2 T oil
I added minced garlic, salt, ground pepper, and dill. I dumped them in so I don’t know how much. It turned out that I could have used more seasoning but I am always scared the I am going to over do it and I always end up under-doing it.
The waffles turned out beautifully. Crispy and hot. The dill was very nice. We are for sure doing this again.
For the topping I started with a rue in a small skillet and a whisk.
2 T butter melting in a skillet
add flour by the teaspoonful until you have a loose paste. Watch this carefully so that the flour and butter don’t burn…it should be a golden color.
start adding milk slowly (I had some half and half to use up so I used that too) and whisking so that the flour doesn’t clump.
This should turn into a nice cream sauce. (You can use this base for a lot of things!)
I added to the base some salt, pepper, garlic, dried minced onion, and then a can of white chicken meat.
It was a fabulous meal and it will be great for winter. Nice and comfy food! I liked it because I didn’t have to turn on the oven and it went pretty fast too. Great for all my teacher friends after school one day!
I think we will keep this in the books. Maybe try some Italian herbs one night and change the sauce…I will keep thinking of variations on this one. Any suggestions??