My pixstrip shows the following images:
- Equipment and utensils
- Ingredients and mixing
- Eggs and salt, to be mixed together first
- Sugar, to be added to the eggs and salt mixture (Yes, I'm reusing this and the next pix of ingredients.)
- Rest of ingredients
- Process completion
- Batter baking process (1st and 2nd image in the 2nd row)
- A rolled baked wafer
- Finished tube wafers in the test tube rack (My batch of 18 includes a few substandard ones for cautionary note.)
- Waffle cone maker
- Mixer (I used an electric hand mixer.)
- Measuring cups
- Measuring spoons
- Rubber spatula(s)
- Plastic spatula
- Mixing bowl(s)
- Cooling rack
- Test tube rack, available online for less than $10
- 2 eggs
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 2/3 cup granulated sugar
- 1/3 C of water
- 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
- 1 C cake flour (can sub with 1 C flour -2 T flour +2 T cornstarch)
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
Recommended: Spray oil application about every other wafer or so.
- Beat the eggs and salt.
- Add the sugar and beat it. :-)
- Add the water, oil, cake flour (or replacement flours), and vanilla.
Prepare the iron as instructed with your appliance. Because I've used mine a few times, I've only wiped the cooking surfaces with a clean, warm, damp kitchen rag for cleaning preparation, sprayed the cooking surfaces, and plugged the cord. Heating time is a minute or so.
For each disk, pour about 2 T batter, close the lid, and heat for about 30 seconds. Move the cooked disk onto the cooling rack, roll it up, and slide it into a cavity. Continue the batter dispensing and baking process until you use up the batter. My calculations for calories, about 93 calories for each tube.