Chicken and Waffles on a Stick

Chicken and Waffles on a StickMy buddy Kyle A.K.A. The Vulgar Chef absolutely loves chicken and waffles. So much so in fact that he often eats them multiple times a day. The problem with chicken and waffles though — or so he tells me — is that they’re a two handed ordeal which means he can’t eat them and drink beer out of his Pretzel Koozie at the same time. Well, here you go buddy! Chicken and Waffles on a Stick!

These are actually pretty similar to the Chicken and Waffle Wings I made a while back with one exception — instead of hanging chicken wings out of the sides of a waffle iron and pouring batter on them I used breaded chicken strips with kabob sticks in them instead.

Now I could come up with some reasoning why Chicken and Waffles on a Stick are somehow better than Chicken and Waffle Wings, but really it’s a personal preference. If you’re a chicken tender fan these are probably more of your thing, but if you’re a wing person the Chicken and Waffle Wings are probably more of your jam. I can’t tell you how to live your life man….

In reality I just like to run every single idea of mine into the ground. For further proof of this you can also check out my Waffle Breaded Chicken Nuggets and Waffle Breaded Chicken Patty Sandwich. Oh yeah, and the Chicken and Waffle Cone. In fact, I think I’ve done a few other chicken and waffle posts as well.

Oh yeah, and I’m totally kidding about Kyle loving chicken and waffles. He hates them. The last time I talked to him about chicken and waffles his exact quote was “They’re a lot like Casey Anthony and will probably beat your children to death so you don’t really need them in your life.” I’m not sure I quite follow his reasoning on that, but I’ll take his word for it….




1 Comment on Chicken and Waffles on a Stick

  1. Slutty Kitchen
    March 21, 2016 at 5:12 pm (1 year ago)

    Chicken and Waffles are inherently slutty. My version involves latke mix, chicken broth and butter for the waffles, then a 1/3 sriracha to 2/3 maple ratio for the syrup. What’s that gooey white stuff on the chicken? Couldn’t get the video to play. xoxo

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