26/01/2015

Cooking Made Easy: Gaufres de Liège


Did you ever notice there are so many different ways to make waffles? In Luxembourg we usually eat the square ones which you prepare with whipped egg whites while in Germany I mostly saw the flower shaped ones which are thinner but more compact. My favourites however come from Belgium and they're called after a city: Liège waffles. They are made with yeast and big chunks of sugar which caramelize during the making. Yum, yum, yum! I first ate them at the candy shop Pinky in Maastricht and having them over there has become a real tradition over the years. This weekend I tried to make them with my boyfriend and it was surprisingly easy!


Ingredients:
500g flour
2 eggs
100g sugar
40g yeast
200g melted butter
200ml milk and 200ml water
1 pinch salt
200g pearl sugar

Directions:
1. Dissolve yeast in milk and water.
2. Add eggs and sugar and mix. While mixing add the flour bit by bit.
3. Melt the butter for about 1 min in the microwave and add it to the dough. Mix it all with a pinch of salt and put the dough aside for about 30 mins.
4. Heat the waffle iron and grease it with some butter.
5. Mix in the pearl sugar and start making the waffles (1 tablespoon of dough per waffle). They'll take about 3 minutes.
6. Enjoy while still warm with some powdered sugar.


15 comments:

  1. oh mein gott!!!!!
    ich liebe waffeln *.*
    das sieht toll aus! die gleichen habe ich in amsterdam auch immer gegessen

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  2. Daat sin déi Bëscht. Mai Bouf flippt op Eisekuchen. Merci fir d'Rezept.

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  3. Perfect and delicious snak!

    Have a great start of the week :)
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  4. Oh damn, I cannot even express how much I want waffles right now! :D
    I will surely test out this recipe!

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  5. Oh yum, I can't wait to eat some waffles :) I will definitely use your recipe xo

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  6. Ahhh! I'm jealous! I would love a waffle machine right now! Especially if I could invest and buy a cast iron big waffle iron, I TOTALLY WOULD. Your waffles look great! I'd eat it with honey/icing sugar/nutella!

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  7. I love waffles! Yours look so delicious... need to get myself a waffle iron one day.

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  8. Your waffles look so delicious!! I would love to make them, but I don't have a tool, waffle making machine :(( maybe one day..

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  9. Oh wow sieht das lecker aus! Tolles Rezept :)
    xx Rabea
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  10. well done, I should try it looks delicious!

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  11. Hm, super lecker! Ich hab auch noch ein Waffeleisen im Schrank. Da hab ich gleich einen Grund es endlich mal wieder einzusetzen!

    Liebe Grüße Jessy von Kleidermädchen

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  12. Oh wow das sieht ja super lecker aus, ich liebe auch Waffeln, leider esse ich die viel zu selten. Super Post, muss ich mal probieren! Viele liebe Grüße, Eva
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  13. Oh yum!! These waffles look insanely delicious! I want to make some now!

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  14. Yum yum, looks amazing! Your blog is wonderful and it was so nice to meet you, I'm looking forward the next event!
    Valentina <3

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