Waffle Bowl Maker

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a waffle bowl? What does this product make?
It makes wholly delicious “edible bowls.” It bakes various kinds of batter or ingredients into bowl shapes that you can enjoy any way you like, depending on the batter and the toppings: from sweets, to salads and side dishes.
What kinds of batter and ingredients can be used?
You can use a wide variety of ingredients, including batter that’s poured, like waffle, pancake, or okonomiyaki batter, as well as batter made with rice or noodles, pie sheets, or sandwich bread. See the included exclusive recipe book for details.
Are there any types of batter or ingredients that cannot be used?
Do not put the following ingredients into this product. They may cause burns or damage due to leaking from between the plates, or from ingredients rupturing.
■Batters and ingredients that expand a great deal when heated (bread soaked in egg wash for a long time, etc.)
■Batters and ingredients that are too hard, or too voluminous, to close the cover (thick rice cake, etc.)
How many minutes does it take to cook?
It depends on the batter or ingredients, but after preheating, it takes about 2.5 to 3 minutes to complete.
Please explain how to make waffle bowls of different sizes.
You can make bowls of different sizes, or bite-sized waffles, just by increasing or decreasing the amount of batter you add. The greatest possible batter amount is roughly the equivalent of one pancake.
*Adding too much batter may cause it to leak from the gaps in the plates. For details about batter amounts, see the included instruction manual or exclusive recipes.
Can the plates be removed?
Vapor (steam) comes out from between the plates when cooking. Is it broken?
No. To keep from damaging your table, use it in a location that will not be affected by (or that you do not mind being affected by) steam or heat. Be careful of burns that may be caused by steam.
The cover opened suddenly while the product was heating. What caused this?
If too much batter or ingredients are added, the cover may open suddenly due to expansion or rupturing, and this may damage the handle lock. Use caution, as this may lead to injury, burns, or damage. Furthermore, do not touch or look into the main body during heating. Households with small children should be especially cautious.
Cleaning the plates
After the plates have cooled, remove ingredients or crust left on the plates’ surfaces, especially in the grooved areas, using a cooking brush with soft hairs. Then wipe with a dry cloth.

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