Welcome, dear readers. Today we are preparing a world famous dessert - Belgian waffles in a waffle iron. Delicious, moderately sweet and not too fatty, they will decorate any feast or ordinary family dinner. Belgian waffles and their recipe have been known for a long time. Who and when invented them this is what we will talk today. It is also important what the waffles should be cooked in. We offer our Belgian waffles and their recipe for an electric waffle iron and insist that this is how they will get the proper taste and condition. In the meantime, a little history.
First of all, waffles are a very common dish. That is why there are a huge number of their varieties in the world. Here are just a few of them: English, Austrian or Viennese, Czech and Norwegian krumkake, Dutch stropwafl and others. And even the heroes of our review - soft Belgian Brussels-style waffles are not the only ones of their kind, except of it, the same proud name is also borne by Liège waffles, which are baked with pieces of caramelized sugar and become crispy.
The soft Belgian waffle recipe dictates serving hot and sprinkling with powdered sugar before serving. And we personally highly recommend maple syrup as well - it turns out amazingly tasty. But who invented this charm? It happened a long time ago, but waffles became popular only by 1958, when it was serve at the World Exhibition in Brussels with cream and fresh strawberries. Meanwhile, in Belgium itself, crispy Belgian waffles known as Liege are more popular, but today we are not talking about them. So, let's start with the main thing - prepare the dough for the Belgian waffles.
It is difficult to say how much benefit this dessert has. Obviously, you are unlikely to get a lot of vitamins from this dish. But there is much taste, much aroma and amazing sweet pleasure. Try it, you will definitely like it. And tell us about your favourite desserts. What are you cooking for sweets? How are you used to please your loved ones? Let's cook together. The result will be overwhelming. Your HozOboz!