Food & Wine Mad Genius Justin Chapple uses a waffle iron to make this crispy, Korean-inspired potato pancake.
I thought there could be nothing better than waffle hash browns. That is, until I added kimchi. Because it's tangy and it's spicy and believe it or not, it's good for you. [MUSIC] I'm starting with my shredded potatoes and I'm going to add some beaten eggs as well as some melted butter Scallions, I like a lot of scallions and of course the kim chi. The kim chi. And to hold it together, I'm adding some flour and baking powder and then some salt. And we're going to mix that really well, get that [UNKNOWN] evenly distributed. You wanna have a tangy, spicy bite every time you go at that waffle. We're gonna go ahead and spoon the mixture onto our preheated waffle iron. I've greased it with a little melted butter. [MUSIC] And you just wanna make sure that you spread it in an even layer So it cooks nice and easily. And 1 little bit more there. We are going to go ahead and close it and we are going to want to cook it for 7 to 9 minutes. It should be crispy on the outside and nice and tender on the inside. Alright, its been about 9 minutes. I am pretty sure the waffle is ready. We are going to go ahead and check it out. So just open the iron and Check out that waffle! You hear that? It's crazy crispy. We're gonna go ahead and transfer it to my plate. [MUSIC] Look at this waffle! [MUSIC] Who knew the best way to mash up two of my favorite things was using a waffle iron?