Could I make waffles with a quesadilla maker?

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  1. FDF12389

    FDF12389 Diamond Member

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    You guys think this would work?

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  2. ribbon13

    ribbon13 Diamond Member

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    Quesacakes or pandillas!

    Either way it will be a glorified pancake missing almost all aspects of waffle-ness
     
  3. nsafreak

    nsafreak Diamond Member

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    No, it isn't deep enough to properly cook a waffle and might not heat to the right temperature.
     
  4. MikeMike

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    just do it... go drink some liquor and im sure it will be a great idea
     
  5. FDF12389

    FDF12389 Diamond Member

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    You dont know what you're talking about.
     
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    FDF12389 Diamond Member

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    K.

    I'll report back
     
  7. Howard

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    You'll shoot your eye out
     
  8. Born2bwire

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    Probably end up making a fancy looking pancake.
     
  9. wiredspider

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    :confused: I have that quesadilla maker and it is much to shallow to cook a proper waffle. If you pour in batter, it's going to seep out of the cooking surface and end up in the red plastic part and make a mess...
     
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    Yeah, he's the idiot. :roll:
     
  11. FDF12389

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    All waffles makers make a mess. newb.
     
  12. FDF12389

    FDF12389 Diamond Member

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    Yea I know right.


    As soon as I get off work I'm gonna find a way to make it work.
     
  13. wiredspider

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    Then why did you bother asking... Oh well, post pictures.:laugh:
     
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    FDF12389 Diamond Member

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    Well my digital camera isnt working and I have a blackberry 7130 without a camera, but I will try to grab one from work to borrow.
     
  15. sdifox

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    waffles no, but if you get a roller you can make eggrolls. And I don't mean the ones you get from "Chinese" restaurants. I am referring to a cookie.

    [wiki quote]
    In mainland China, many Chinese-speaking regions of Asia, and Chinese immigrant communities around the world, egg roll is predominantly referred to as the egg-based, flute-shaped pastry, with typically yellowish, flaky crust often eaten as a sweet snack or dessert. Some varieties are made with sesame seeds or other flavorings/toppings, such as chocolate, cream, or strawberry. The term may also be used to refer to another modern Asian breakfast cuisine that mixes the western omelet with thin egg roll wrappers.

    The American Chinese cuisine egg rolls are called either "Fried Egg Roll" or "Fried Spring Roll" - both terms are used interchangeably.
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  16. Fritzo

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    They would turn out more like fried dough you get at carvinals.
     
  17. ondarkness

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    Aren't those called johnny cakes?
     
  18. KeithTalent

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    You would lose the syrup trap.

    KT
     
  19. ultimatebob

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    Yeah... a flat "waffle" with grooves that allow the syrup to run off of it easily. The whole point of a waffle is to absorb syrup... this would be an anti-waffle!
     
  20. darkxshade

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    Waffadilla :heart:
     
  21. skace

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    crappy waffle > no waffle.
     
  22. CorCentral

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    That's Qwes-Uh-Dilla Rofl's!
     
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    You are a fucking idiot. There.. I said it. A total idiot with a simple lack of common sense. Quesadilla makers are not thick enough - you'll make pancakes.
     
  24. tenthumbs

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    I"m still wondering why anyone would need a special cooking device to make quesadilla's?
     
  25. KeithTalent

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    Agreed. Very strange as quesadillas are one of the simplest things to make in either a frying pan or the oven.

    KT