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2 cups potatoes, shredded: I use a combination of yellow, red skin, and purple potatoes. You can use any of these in different combinations or individually. I would avoid Russet through, the texture is not ideal for these waffles.)
1 medium zucchini, shredded
½ onion, shredded
1 Tbs minced garlic
½ cup flour
1 tsp salt
¼ freshly ground black pepper
Preheat your waffle maker. If you are using an electric waffle maker with an adjustable heat setting, you want to set the heat pretty high. If you are lucky enough to be using a cast iron waffle maker on the stove top, set the burner to medium low, and then raise to medium just before you are ready to begin cooking.
Also, preheat the oven to 170°.
Shred potatoes, zucchini, and onions in a food processor or on a box grater. Spread all the shredded vegetables on a kitchen towel, cover with a second towel, and press to remove excess moisture.
In a large mixing bowl combine flour, salt, and pepper and whisk together.
Then add eggs and garlic and whisk again to form a thick batter.
Add shredded vegetables and mix with a spoon. It should initially look like there is barely enough batter to cover the vegetables, but the veggies will inevitably still release some moisture into the batter thinning it down slightly. Be sure to mix each time before adding batter to your waffle maker to ensure even consistency.
Spray your waffle iron with a little non-stick spray and spoon your waffle batter on. Spread the batter before closing so that there is an even layer covering the entire iron. Cook as you would any other waffle. When fully cooked, remove and keep warm in the oven until ready to serve.
Credit: Adapted from a recipe from http://www.flavorsofthesun.blogpsot.com
1 lb. sage sausage
1 stalk celery, chopped
1 large onion, diced
1 ½ cup butter
Salt and pepper
½ tsp. ground thyme
½ tsp. poultry seasoning
½ tsp. ground sage
1 ½ loaves white bread, torn into small pieces
Credit Jeff Rodgers http://theculinaryfanatic.com/