I say Wah-Dinger you say Wadinger
Until we discover the correct spelling (and origin), we'll use both spellings.
A wadinger is a camp fire baked biscuit "cup" filled with tasty treats. (Check out a rally wah-dinger gathering).
Wah-dinger sticks are really simple to make and fun to use.
1. Get yourself a proper "wadinger stick". This consists of an approximately 2' long skinny dowel with a 6" to 8" long one inch round dowel attached to the end of the smaller dowel to form a "toasting stick".
2. Lubricate with mineral oil. (Cooking oil will rot and stink eventually making your biscuits taste funky.) Spread an individual pre-made biscuit dough round on the end of the pole like a sock. It should be about 1/4" thick and have no holes.
3. Bake the outside of the biscuit dough on a stick over hot grill coals until golden brown. Go slow it needs to cook through. Do not point the end too far downward as the biscuit will burn on the tip and may fall into the coals.It should slide easily off the stick when done.
4. Remove baked biscuit cup (be careful, IT's HOT) and fill with tasty ice cream, bananas, chocolate sauce, whipped cream, etc. We have also seen them done with savory items like scrambled eggs and bacon or thick sausage gravy. They are biscuits for cryin out loud, why wouldn't you dump sausage gravy in them?! (I have even seen spaghetti in them!)
Have fun and stick with it. You'll get the hang of it.
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