Darshana Thacker Wendel
Darshana Thacker Wendel is a whole-food, plant-based chef and former culinary projects manager for Forks Over Knives. A graduate of the Natural Gourmet Institute, she is the author of Forks Over Knives: Flavor! She created the recipes for Forks Over Knives Family and was a lead recipe contributor to the New York Times bestseller The Forks Over Knives Plan. Her recipes have been published in The Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Cookbook, Forks Over Knives—The Cookbook, Forks Over Knives: The Plant-Based Way to Health, and LA Yoga magazine online. Visit DarshanasKitchen.com and follow her on Instagram for more.see more from this author
These were delicious!! Even my “must have mega flavor” husband and picky adult son loved them! They asked for this recipe to be moved to the top of the favorites list. –I did double the taco seasoning and lemon juice in the hash and substituted oat flour for the almond flour in the waffles.
I didn’t make the hash, but I’m here to review the cornmeal waffles! Made these on a whim and served them with some extra burrito filling I already had on hand. These waffles are so simple and so good! I reduced the liquid by a few tablespoons to make a thicker batter, and used lime juice instead of lemon. Made 9 waffles total (about 3 heaping tablespoons in each) in my mini Dash waffle maker and froze the leftovers! This is going to become a staple recipe to have in the freezer – I can just re-heat in the toaster and have an easy, nutritious base for a meal in minutes.
Delicious!! I chopped up a bunch of cilantro and doubled the taco seasoning for the hash. I made waffles as written but I have a mini waffle maker so used 1/4 cup per waffle. Will freeze left overs for another time.
Excellent!! We loved the flavors of this recipe as is. I do feel the amount of water could be cut back to 2 cups for the waffles. Mine were quite runny & therefore made a thinner waffle in the end but were still delicious!! Thank you for continuing to put out creative, yummy meals!
Delicious, I used corn flour and polenta and it still worked
As I am not Gluten free can I just use regular all purpose flour?
Do you have the nutritional macros for this delicious recipe?
A huge hit!!! I used my own salt-free taco seasoning recipe (many recipes online if you want to skip the store bought seasoning).
For my own taste, I reduced the garlic and corn, plus I omitted the onion & used the whole red bell pepper. The hash itself would make for a good taco filling with rice.
I’m going to try freezing the waffles just to see how they hold up. My Dash waffle iron is 4 inches, so making one at a time takes forever. I do have the Dash heart shaped too, so I had both irons going. Each needed less than a 1/2 cup of batter. (It was my first time using the irons, so I did use cooking spray once immediately before cooking the first batch. If anyone has advice on making sure they don’t stick without using the oil spray, I’d like to hear it!)
I have the small dash too. Making the waffles took the most time but I’m going to freeze them as well so I have the. The next time. I always spray mine when I get it out and that will usually last the whole time.
Made using my panini press as I don’t have a waffle maker. Probably a little more dense but we loved them.
Jayne, that’s a good idea! Thank you. I’m Southern & my great grandmother had a cornbread recipe that she made on the stovetop, pancake style. I’ll have to play around and use a griddle.
Unfortunately right now I need to avoid almonds, in the interest of also staying GF would an oat, buckwheat or all purpose GF flour work in place of almond flour or would you suggest something else?
that’s a good option to, thanks Diane
I was thinking about trying chickpea flour.
This is a keeper! The waffles are delicious. Mine took less than 5 minutes. I added a sweet potato, tomatoes and jalapeno to the filling.
Made this tonight! It was very good. Absolutely add all the suggested toppings.
I would LOVE to make this but one thing stands in my way…my husband is allergic to all forms of corn. HELP! I appreciate any & all input. How to transform this to some form of flour would be extremely appreciated!
Make Falafel Waffles! https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchen/waffled-falafel-recipe-3361890
I have been eating black bean hash over baby potatoes. YUM!
I have a good recipe. Just make regular waffles.
2 cups any flour, 2T. Date sugar, 1 T baking powder,1. 3/4 c. Non dairy milk, 1/4 c. Applesauce or flax. Makes 4-5 waffles.
What is masa harina and where would you buy it? I .liver in a town of 2500 people and don’t have access to many international type ingredients.
You can usually find it in the grocery store with the corn meal or flour.
Very easy to find online. A good brand is Bob’s Red Mill, who sells organic masa harina. I also live in a tiny town (pop. 4500) and almost always have to order such things online. I wait for Vitacost coupons, or order from Amazon. Good luck, and hope this helps!
This recipe was both delicious and fun! My family loved it!!! I did add finely chopped spring mix.
Corn meal can be substituted for masa harina. Masa is the Spanish word for corn and harina is flour.
This was delicious. Will definitely be making it again.
These tamale waffles are my favorite FOK waffle. They are consistently crunchy, light and have a wonderful taste. I make just the waffles for breakfast and top them with fresh fruit and an aquafaba “whip” consisting of aquafaba, date paste, and lemon peel. They freeze beautifully and toast perfectly.
These are excellent.!
Wondered what to do with leftovers.
We’ll have them for breakfast.
Great to know they freeze, and toast.