Round Jaffle Iron
It'll cook almost anything.
Combine a waffle iron, s'mores toasting skewer, and panini maker, and you'll get the jaffle iron. This ingenious tool toasts and bakes anything from sandwiches to pies over an open flame. The cast iron pan has a long handle, so you can hold it over heat, or even leave it sitting in a fire and pull it out when it's ready.
The round shape seals and crimps the edges of whatever you bake. Try filling two pieces of buttered bread with cheese and salami for an impromptu calzone, or use dough and a fruit filling for a toasty hand-held pie. You could make quesadillas, baked eggs, or waffles -- the possibilities are endless.
Photography by Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Cast iron, chrome-plated steel, and wood
28" long with a 4 1/4" wide cooking head; 3 lbs
Care & Notes
Cast iron is coated with a thin layer of protective parrafin wax which needs to be removed before use. The iron should also be seasoned before using -- to season, coat iron with thin layer of vegetable-based oil, and place it over an open fire for 15 minutes. Allow to cool, and repeat the process one more time. Hand clean and dry after usage.
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