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waffle iron

n.
An appliance having hinged indented plates that impress a grid pattern into waffle batter as it bakes.
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Noun1.waffle iron - a kitchen appliance for baking waffles; the appliance usually consists of two indented metal pans hinged together so that they create a pattern on the waffle
kitchen appliance - a home appliance used in preparing food
Translations
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vohvelirauta
moule à gaufres
wafelijzer
våffeljärn

waffle iron

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waffle iron

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Unique Belgique uses an artisan style production to create sweet, tender waffles made of the finest ingredients on old-fashioned, gas-fired waffle irons.
The contract does not include small electrical equipment, such as toasters, coffee makers, waffle irons etc.
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Today, waffle irons are usually sold as an afterthought, in a set containing a sandwich maker and a panini grill.
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To prevent sticking, brush even nonstick waffle irons with oil or melted butter after heating.
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