Ham and Parmesan Waffles with a Fried Egg [Sponsored Post]

by Irvin on April 24, 2017 · 9 comments

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These easy-to-make ham and Parmesan waffles are a great special occasion (or really any day) breakfast or brunch on the regular sweet waffles. (Jump directly to the savory waffle recipe.)

Ham and Parmesan Waffles (with a fried egg on top). Photo and recipe by Irvin Lin

This post was sponsored by Bisquick. I’m teaming up with Bisquick to bring you fun and innovative recipes using Bisquick. I was compensated for this post and for developing the recipe. However all opinions below are completely my own and not endorsed by Bisquick.

Lately I’ve been trying to get my waffle maker out more. It’s one of those pieces of kitchen equipment that takes up a lot of room and we keep it stored away in the back of the pantry. But if I had my way (and enough room) I’d keep it out on the counter to use more often. As it is I feel like I need to take it out more because if I own it, I should use it. Otherwise it’s just taking up valuable real estate in my tiny apartment (even if it it’s stored away). Thankfully I’ve recently discovered the joys of the savory waffle, which lead me to create these ham and Parmesan waffles.

Ham and Parmesan Waffles (with a fried egg on top). Photo and recipe by Irvin Lin

Ham and Parmesan Waffles (with a fried egg on top). Photo and recipe by Irvin Lin

Certainly I am not the first person to discover or create savory waffles. The combination of sweet and savory (with waffles) is evident in the popularity of chicken and waffles. But the waffles often served with friend chicken is the usual sweet waffles, often times served with maple syrup or encrusted with Swedish pearl sugar (the crunchy white sugar chunks and flakes that I adore). But a true savory waffle, like my ham and Parmesan waffles only has a hint of sweetness, which comes from the touch of sugar in the Bisquick mix and the glaze from the ham. To push it truly in the savory direction, I serve these waffles up with a fried egg (over-easy) and let the runny yolk act as the sauce for the waffles.

Ham and Parmesan Waffles (with a fried egg on top). Photo and recipe by Irvin Lin

Ham and Parmesan Waffles (with a fried egg on top). Photo and recipe by Irvin Lin

Of course, I’m not the only person who’s grown to love savory waffles in this household. My partner AJ’s eye’s lit up when he saw what I was making in the kitchen, and decided that he needed to have them for dinner. I’ve long been an advocate of “breakfast for dinner” but I can rarely convince AJ to do it. Looks like I now know how to convince on that one!

Ham and Parmesan Waffles (with a fried egg on top). Photo and recipe by Irvin Lin

Ham and Parmesan Waffles with a fried egg on top! Super easy to make but super fancy pants to serve!
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Clarissa April 26, 2017 at 8:20 pm

What a beautiful recipe, Irvin! The combination of parmesan and egg is truly making my mouth water at the thought of it – pure genius!

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Awesome content.

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