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Liege Waffles (Belgium)

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created: 2012/05/06 changed: 2012/05/06
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Ingredients

Portions18 portion(s)
  • 200 g warm water, (preferably sparkling water)
  • 1 sachet dried yeast, 7 g
  • 300 g Butter
  • 420 g plain flour
  • 2 level teaspoons salt
  • 2 eggs
  • 200 g Demerara sugar,, or raw sugar
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Difficultyeasy
Appropriate for Thermomix ®-Beginners
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix ® TM 31

Recipe's Preparation

1. Combine warm water and yeast in a bowl. Set aside to allow a layer of foam to form, approximately 15 minutes.

2. Melt butter in TM bowl for 2 minutes at 60C on speed 3.

3. Add flour, salt, eggs and yeast mixture to TM bowl and mix for 1 minute on speed 6.

4. Set dial to closed lid position for 5 minutes on Interval speed.

5. Place the TM bowl with the lid on, in the sun or in a warm place for 30 minutes, or until risen slightly.

6. Return bowl to the TM. Select closed lid position for 1 minute on Interval speed. While mixing, gradually pour sugar through MC hole, using the spatula to assist the process. You may notice some of the sugar is not mixed in, that is fine, as this will help form a toffee like layer through the waffle when cooked.

7. Transfer mixture to a bowl.

8. Heat the waffle iron. Drop a generous tablespoon of mixture onto each section of the waffle iron, and cook until well browned.

9. Serve Liege Waffles warm with fresh or stewed fruit, and/or maple syrup and ice cream.



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Recipe's preparation

1. Combine warm water and yeast in a bowl. Set aside to allow a layer of foam to form, approximately 15 minutes.

2. Melt butter in TM bowl for 2 minutes at 60C on speed 3.

3. Add flour, salt, eggs and yeast mixture to TM bowl and mix for 1 minute on speed 6.

4. Set dial to closed lid position for 5 minutes on Interval speed.

5. Place the TM bowl with the lid on, in the sun or in a warm place for 30 minutes, or until risen slightly.

6. Return bowl to the TM. Select closed lid position for 1 minute on Interval speed. While mixing, gradually pour sugar through MC hole, using the spatula to assist the process. You may notice some of the sugar is not mixed in, that is fine, as this will help form a toffee like layer through the waffle when cooked.

7. Transfer mixture to a bowl.

8. Heat the waffle iron. Drop a generous tablespoon of mixture onto each section of the waffle iron, and cook until well browned.

9. Serve Liege Waffles warm with fresh or stewed fruit, and/or maple syrup and ice cream.



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Tip

 A griddle press can be used in place of a waffle iron.

The mixture is best used on the day it is made.

Cooked waffles can be sealed and frozen when cooled, and reheated in a toaster.

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Tip

 A griddle press can be used in place of a waffle iron.

The mixture is best used on the day it is made.

Cooked waffles can be sealed and frozen when cooled, and reheated in a toaster.

This recipe was provided to you by a Thermomix ® customer and has not been tested by Vorwerk Thermomix ® or Thermomix ® in Australia and New Zealand.
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Please observe the safety instructions in the Thermomix ® instruction manual at all times.
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COMMENTS (4)
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Thankyou for this beautiful recipe! I used rapadura too and it gives the waffles an amazing Carmel taste absolutely our family favourite recipe!

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Best homemade waffles ever! Still trying to figure out how to use my stovetop Belgian waffle iron - they were a bit soft in the middle - but still delicious!

Amazing recipe thank you!  I made them for fathers day and served with passionfruit curd & coconut ice cream!

 

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Thanks for a wonderful waffle. I used rapadura sugar and it seemed to add another element to the flavour.