You know you are from PA Dutch country if you know what chicken and waffles are! If you don't and haven't tried, you are missing out! These are soooooo delicious served with mashed potatoes. Many restaurants around here even feature "all you can eat chicken & waffles" specials.
Roast chicken stuffed w/ an onion and parsley for flavor.
After it's cooked, pull apart in large chunks and reserve broth to make gravy. I prefer to let my chicken sit overnight in fridge so that I can skim the fat from the broth off easily for the gravy, but you certainly don't have to.
Prepare waffles in waffle iron, whatever waffle mix or ingredients you choose to use. I use Bisquick and have always been happy with that. (Directions are on the box). I like my waffles nice & golden & w/ a crispness.
Use reserved chicken broth to make gravy, however you desire. I use Wondra flour for mine, and I usually add chicken bouillon for extra flavor & some poultry seasoning.
Put a waffle on a plate, add chicken, add another waffle, more chicken & then top w/ lotsa gravy. Salt & pepper to taste. I love lotsa fresh ground pepper on top. This is wonderful comfort food!