How to clean a waring pro professional belgian waffle maker

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Made of stainless steel and suitable for both restaurant and home use, the Waring Pro Professional Belgian Waffle Maker offers a 1/2-inch-deep waffle grid and a browning control that is adjustable for different batters and personal tastes.

The first time you use the waffle maker, brush cooking oil on to the grid to season the non-stick surface. During initial use, you might notice a slight odour as well as a bit of smoke rising from the grid. This is normal, and common to many small cooking appliances.

  • Made of stainless steel and suitable for both restaurant and home use, the Waring Pro Professional Belgian Waffle Maker offers a 1/2-inch-deep waffle grid and a browning control that is adjustable for different batters and personal tastes.
  • The first time you use the waffle maker, brush cooking oil on to the grid to season the non-stick surface.

Unplug the waffle maker from the outlet. Leave the lid open and allow the grids to cool completely.

Brush crumbs from the grids with a dry nylon scrubber. Absorb excess cooking oil with a dry paper towel.

Wipe the grids with a wet kitchen cloth.

Remove any remaining dried-on batter by pouring a little cooking oil on to the grids. Leave on for five minutes. The batter will soften for easy removal. Blot dry with a paper towel.

Clean the exterior of the waffle maker with a soft, dry cloth.

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