Fine Food, European Food, Dutch Food, Waffles, Fudge
Double Dutch is: Experienced in the food industry for over 20 years. Fully licensed Using a commercial kitchen Specialised in Belgian Waffles Traditional Dutch Shortbread and Biscuits Double Dutch Fudge Cakes Belgian Waffles And... more fine Dutch and European foods
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Liège Waffle A legendary creation from the 18th-century! The Liège waffle is the richer, denser, sweeter, and chewier waffle of all. Native to the greater Wallonia region of Eastern Belgium – and alternately known as gaufres de chasse (hunting waffles) – they're an adaptation of brioche bread dough, featuring chunks of pearl sugar which caramelize the outside of the waffle when baked. Authentic Liege waffles are one of life’s great indulgences — caramelized sugar glistening on the most delicious buttery- sweet treasure beneath.
This waffle is different because of the dough and the pearl sugar that is used. To get the right taste and structure you first have to make a pre-dough which contains only a part of the ingredients like flour, eggs, butter, sugar and yeast mixed with hand warm water water. After mixing it needs to rise for 15 minutes. While rising the rest of the flour, butter, bit of vanilla sugar and a pinch of salt is added on top. When the process of rising is done all the ingredients are mixed together by hand or machine with large amounts. The result is a very silky but firm dough that's almost elastic. At last the pearl sugar goes in. From the dough 100 gram balls are made and put away to rest and rise again for another 15 minutes. Then they are baked fresh and the smell of this waffle goes everywhere. Pearl sugars are pressed sugar pieces and roughly as big as pearls. It is a product that can only be imported from Belgium. The pearl sugar is so important for this waffle because in the heat of the iron it will caramelize the waffle but it will also make sure there are firm crispy bites of sugar in it. Its a surprise while biting in the waffle which is crispy on the outside and warm partly soft on the inside.