Preheat your waffle iron and grease lightly with some vegetable oil. You only grease the waffle iron the first time, after that it shouldn’t be necessary anymore. Bake the waffles according to your iron manufacturer’s instructions, or until brown and crisp. To determine how much batter to use do a few trials and be careful. It’s easier to add a little in the next try then to have to stop and clean your iron because you poured in to much. I learned (the hard way, see picture below) that mine takes about half a soup ladle of batter and cooks in about 5-6 minutes.
It’s also very important not to open the waffle iron for at least three minutes because you won’t like what happens in that case, trust me (again, see picture below).
When the waffle is done you carefully remove it from the waffle iron and serve it immediately. If you want to bake them all before serving you can keep them warm in a preheated 95C oven set with a wire rack.