The interior is non-stick. The handle is cool to the touch so you can flip the waffle easily. There is a digital display on the side, there’s a timer that counts down when baking. The timer doesn’t turn the unit on or off. Hold the button down until you see a double zero. Press the button for each minute. You can set the timer for 1 to 30 minutes. When there is one minute left on the timer, there’ll be two beeps. When time is up, there will be five beeps. I’ll put the link to the waffle maker in the description below if you want to try it out. Let’s go ahead and test the waffle maker.
Before the first use, wipe the inside with a damp cloth and let dry. Keep the unit closed and plug in the machine. The signal light glows while the waffle maker is preheating. The light goes out when the unit is ready to use. It took minutes to preheat. Open the waffle maker holding the handle. The first time you use it, wipe a light coating of oil to the grids. You won’t need to do this every time unless it becomes hard to remove the waffle. Pour in ¾ to 1 cup of your waffle batter in the middle. If you’re using a thick batter, spread it out with a heat resistant spatula. Set the timer to 4 minutes. Close the waffle maker, hold both handles and flip the unit over 180 degrees. While cooking, the light will go on and off and that’s normal.
There are the five beeps, the set time has expired. Let’s open the waffle maker. Use a fork to remove the waffle. The cooking time for different batters will vary. Generally when you no longer see steam coming from the unit, the waffle is done. You can separate the waf