Traditional Belgian Liège Waffle Recipe – Le GourmetTV

Sugary sweet treat for anytime of day.

Ingredients:
2 tsp (10 mL) dry active yeast
6 Tbsp (90 mL) warm milk
2 Tbsp (30 mL) light brown sugar
2 cups (500 mL) all purpose flour
1⁄2 tsp (2 mL) salt
4 oz. (110g) softened butter
2 tsp (10 mL) vanilla extract
1 large egg
1⁄2 cup (125 mL) Belgian pearl sugar

Method
Dissolve yeast in the warm milk with a teaspoon of the sugar.
Stand for 10–15 minutes to activate.
Place flour, salt, butter, remaining sugar, vanilla extract and egg into a bowl of an electric mixer.
Using the dough hook, beat until mixture looks crumbly.
Add activated yeast mixture and mix until dough doesn’t stick to the sides of the bowl.
Cover with a clean cloth and rest for 10 minutes.
Add pearl sugar and gently knead through until evenly distributed.
Let the dough rest for 1 hour and then cut into 80g balls.

Comments

Jay Nguyen says:

Look like you gave way more than 90ml of milk

ranim saleem says:

What’s the name of he music played

rasu says:

can someone describe how the texture of this recipe turns out? all the other recipes make me feel like im eating pancake mix cooked in a waffle iron….

Candy Kitty says:

I tried this recipe with my parents, the waffles were delicious!

ElegantbutterflyAJ says:

These are the best waffles I ever tasted in my life!!! I made them with my dad and enjoyed them this morning! So yummy!

Angie CJ says:

Can not wait to make these !

Daniel Keown says:

No pearl sugar?

Mercedes Aguilar says:

que cantidad de harina lleva?

MonkeyspankO says:

finally someone who knows how to make this! awesome video…whats a rough estimate as to cooking time (according to this recipe)?

Tuppy Tan says:

hi, may i know how to handle the balance of unfinish portion of the dough say i want to serve 4 out of 8 waffles and how long can i keep the dough in the freezer?

ElegantbutterflyAJ says:

My dad had, had a lot of the Belgium pearl sugar for the recipe he could not wait to help me 😀

Najiha Rahim says:

So if i dont have the Belgian pearl sugar should i substitute it with normal sugar or just leave it out?

LPJillV says:

I made this today and it turned out fantastic! It has a light, fluffy, soft texture. I didn’t have the coarse sugar, so I omitted it, which I think would have given it a more caramelized/crunch on the outside of the waffle. I will try again with pearl sugar next time to see how it tastes. Thank you for your recipe!

SammyandCharlie Drider says:

What is the make and model of the waffle iron you are using?

0cally says:

Can I use almond milk or soy milk as a substitute?

Archi Andrews says:

These are amazing!

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