Fish recipes in FFwD schedule always put me in a dilemma ... To cook or not to cook ? The thing is, my husband does not eat fish and cooking two separate meals feels like a lot of work. Hence I mostly skip the fishy Fridays unless an easy alternative is obvious. Today's recipe, that is the one for Smoked Salmon Waffles, presented itself with such an option. So I tried the original recipe and their non-fishy counterparts for lunch today. And husband, toddler and I felt utterly satiated afterwards. That is after our unusual lunch of savory waffles.
As I mentioned, making these is rather easy. And provided you have made waffles before, you'll probably wind up the whole process from start to finish in half an hour. It took me a little longer for it was my first time at waffle-making. In fact I got my waffle iron only on Wednesday and it took me a day to work up the courage and get to work....
In spite of "loving" the waffles, my husband could not help pouring some syrup over them. Toddler and I did not do any such thing. We enjoyed them with a topping of crème fraîche and declared them "Dee-li-cious !"
Visit French Fridays with Dorie to know what the other members thought about this dish. You can find the recipe here. For more such recipes get your copy of Dorie Greenspan's book Around my French Table and starting relishing.
I shall be sharing this at some of these weekly parties.