Mildred Pierce – Chicken and Waffles

There are two movies called “Mildred Pierce”. The original one in 1945 starred Joan Crawford, and the later one in 2011 starred Kate Winslet. We saw the Winslet 2011 version as a mini-series, and so tracked down and watched the Crawford version. Both were good. The 1945 movie version won at least five Academy Awards. Fun Fact: This was the first Academy Awards ceremony after WW II.

But – Back to the Future

I made my version of this iconic dish with a mini-waffle and some chicken salad, topped with a dollop of potato salad.

I first purchased a package of frozen mini waffles when they were on sale one day for a dollar. They were pretty good when fresh out of the toaster, but turned rubbery as they cooled.

Enter the mini-waffle iron and its friends.

The recipe is just a cup each of milk and flour, baking powder, salt, sugar, an egg, and oil, and the output is about ten of these mini waffles that freeze very well (or keep in the refrigerator). They perk up quite nicely in the toaster, and are once again nicely crunchy. Then they can be utilized as a main course, or as an adjunct to a breakfast or lunch, or just smeared with a bit of peanut butter/jam/honey/maple syrup/cinnamon for a snack.

Comforting to know that a healthy snack is easily obtainable when the mood strikes.

About judilyn

RV'er, foody, caregiver, knowledge seeker
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3 Responses to Mildred Pierce – Chicken and Waffles

  1. Homemade is always better! šŸ™‚

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  2. Sherry says:

    Looks yummy. Thanks for the movie suggestions. Hope NOLA boy is still doing great.

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  3. judilyn says:

    His eating is improving by leaps and bounds. Thanks for asking! Not a lot of volume, but at least his mouth has healed enough for food to be welcomed rather than rejected!

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