Buckwheat pizza waffle

Pizza is a popular dish, loved by most people. I suspect that waffles are another culinary safe card.  Now just imagine the appeal of the two combined: I hereby present my glutenfree buckwheat pizza waffle…. 

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This pizza waffle recipe is versatile and can be made using a variety of vegetables. I have opted for a quite classical combination: onions, mushrooms, olives, sun-dried tomatoes and capsicum. Optimally you would want not more than 100-150 g of filling, so as not to make the batter too heavy.  

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I am talking out of experience of course…I admit to having overloaded my pizza waffle with goodies. It came out very tasty alright, it just took more time to remove from the waffle iron.


Buckwheat pizza waffle 8_July_2016JPGThe pizza waffle can be made totally vegan, or lacto-vegetarian, by adding some grated cheese to the batter. 

Buckwheat pizza waffle
Serves 1
A glutenfree buckwheat pizza waffle that can be varied using different combinations of vegetables. For a lacto vegetarian version, add some cheese such as feta, or any other good quality cheese.
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
30 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
30 min
Waffle batter ingredients
  1. 50 g buckwheat flour
  2. 20 g corn starch (i.e. maizena)
  3. 150 ml non dairy milk and water
  4. 1-2 tsp olive oil
  5. 1 tsp olive paste (can be replaced with sliced olives)
  6. 1 tsp baking powder
  7. a hint of salt
Vegetables for the filling - approx. 100/150 g
  1. 2 big paris mushrooms finely sliced
  2. A small piece of capsicum finely sliced
  3. A small onion cut in rings or fine wedges
  4. a pinch each of dry sage, basil and oregano
  5. Some pieces of sun-dried tomato, or a couple of tomato slices
  6. 1-2 tbsp of grated cheese (dairy or non dairy)
  1. Cut all the vegetables and mix them together
  2. Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl
  3. Slowly add the milk and stir well to avoid lumps
  4. Add the oil, salt and spices
  5. Incorporate the vegetable mix
  6. Let the batter set for 10 min
  7. Heat up a waffle iron, when hot grease it using a brush
  8. Place half of the batter in the iron and bake for about 10 min, until golden brown
  9. Carefully remove the waffle using an unsharp knife, or a butter knife
  10. Slightly grease the iron in between waffles
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