He used a mix of traditional waffle ingredients, like salt, eggs, and milk, and spaghetti.
Many of our favorite television shows have taken on a different sort of appearance, now that we are all adhering to the social distancing guidelines. Guy Fieri is not immune to these changes, and if you are a fan of diners, drive-ins, and dives (and who isn’t?), you have probably noticed that Fieri is now filming the episodes at home with the help of his son, Hunter.
The latest installment of the show might be the best one we have seen so far as the father-son duo put together a concoction that has to be seen to believed. They created a chicken parm waffle looks absolutely delightful and upstate New York residents are already well aware of its majesty. The recipe was given to Fieri by the Syracuse, New York mainstay: Funk-N-Waffles.
So, what’s so special about the waffles they made? To start, they didn’t use traditional waffle batter. Rather, they used a mix of traditional waffle ingredients, like salt, eggs, and milk, and spaghetti. The spaghetti waffle is then topped with chicken parm and cheese, making for a meal that is truly mouthwatering.
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