Belgium’s most famous contribution to food are waffles, and they have been around in history since the Middle Ages. A waffle is a cake made out of dough or batter than is cooked in a waffle iron to give it a distinctive check-patterned impressions. There are two types of Belgian waffles: Brussels and Liege waffles. If you are wondering how to make your own waffle recipe mix, here is a recipe for the famous Brussels waffle.
- 500g flour
- 7g instant dried yeast
- 4 medium eggs
- 1 cup milk
- 250g butter
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- Heat a cup of whole milk until it turns lukewarm. Then mix in the yeast and leave it aside.
- Melt the butter until dissolve and not burn. Then remove from heat.
- Separate the egg whites and egg yolks. Beat the egg whites until fluffy.
- Take a big mixing bowl; pour in the flour, vanilla extract, a pinch of salt, melted butter, yeast mixture and the egg yolks.
- Mix all ingredients except the egg whites until the dough is not lumpy anymore. It should be thick. Fold in the beaten egg whites into the dough and mix it slowly then stop.
- Leave the dough in room temperature for at least 30 minutes for fermentation until it doubles.
- Grease the waffle maker iron. Scoop some dough on to it. Bake until it turns golden brown. Best served hot with your favorite toppings.
There are about 510 calories per serving in this recipe.
Although this recipe is more traditional, you can use Bisquick pancake and baking mix. Bisquick is used in many basic recipes as cake flour or to make cookie dough.