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Savory cones on waffle cone maker

tomatoaday | Oct 28, 201011:37 AM     12

I have been experimenting with making a savory cone instead of a sugar cone on a small Chef Mate electric waffle cooker. Taking out the sugar results in a softer texture and the they collapse intead of staying crispy and are thicker and dryer and crack when rolled if cooked beyong light blonde. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get the crispness that the sugar contributes without adding sweetness to the cone? I have been using a fairly stiff batter of egg, ap flour, corn meal, vegetable oil and a pinch of salt with milk to thin it to a pourable, plopable consistency. Thanks for any help -

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