Around these parts, I'm the pancake king, no fooling. But though my wafles taste great, I have an absolutely miserable time getting them out of the waffle iron. The bottom comes up ok, but the top usually sticks like crazy.
I could use some help here all of you waffle pro's. I don't have as much problem when I'm making Belgian, yeast risen waffles. But when I make the more tender variety, using baking powder as the levening agent, they just pull apart while I'm trying to remove them.
Any foolproof help would be appreciated. And yes I do oil both the tip and bottom grids with cooking oil before adding the batter. And this is supposed to be non-stick. I wish I could find an old waffle iron with cast-iron grids, like my grandpa had. The waffles never stuck to the grids. I detest non-stick!
Seeeeeya; Goodweed of the North