Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F and lightly spray a baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray to make more waffles. Using the fryer was very simple. Only by heating the waffle iron enough, but not too much, can you get that crunchy flavor on the outside and that steam on the inside that everyone wants in a waffle. And whether your waffles are Dutch from Pennsylvania or corn with green chili, you'll still need a hot waffle iron to cook them well.
If the waffle isn't cooked enough, you can make half of the waffle stick to part of the hotplate and make a real mess cleaning it up.