Could I make waffles with a quesadilla maker?

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FDF12389

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Originally posted by: KeithTalent
Originally posted by: tenthumbs
I"m still wondering why anyone would need a special cooking device to make quesadilla's?
Agreed. Very strange as quesadillas are one of the simplest things to make in either a frying pan or the oven.

KT
Useless Christmas from two years ago, which is why I used it to make flapjackwaffles, er, flatjacks, er, idk what i just made.
 

biggestmuff

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Originally posted by: FDF12389
Originally posted by: biggestmuff
Originally posted by: FDF12389
Originally posted by: nsafreak
No, it isn't deep enough to properly cook a waffle and might not heat to the right temperature.
You dont know what you're talking about.
Yeah, he's the idiot. :roll:
Yea I know right.


As soon as I get off work I'm gonna find a way to make it work.
That was a jab at you, dummy. :roll:
 

Born2bwire

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#28
Originally posted by: ondarkness
Originally posted by: Fritzo
They would turn out more like fried dough you get at carvinals.
Aren't those called johnny cakes?
Johnny cakes are a pancake made with corn meal and leavening as opposed to wheat flower. Also called hoe cakes and a variety of other names.
 

Dirigible

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#29
Originally posted by: FDF12389
Originally posted by: KeithTalent
Originally posted by: tenthumbs
I"m still wondering why anyone would need a special cooking device to make quesadilla's?
Agreed. Very strange as quesadillas are one of the simplest things to make in either a frying pan or the oven.

KT
Useless Christmas from two years ago, which is why I used it to make flapjackwaffles, er, flatjacks, er, idk what i just made.
Did they have cheese in them?

Cheesy waffly goodness...
 

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