[Sca-cooks] Sugar Waffles?
Huette von Ahrens
ahrenshav at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 13 16:54:46 PDT 2007
Yes. This is one of the recipes that I found, Selene. There are a couple more in
the Dutch opus.
--- "Pixel, Goddess and Queen" <pixel at hundred-acre-wood.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 13 Mar 2007, Jadwiga Zajaczkowa / Jenne Heise wrote:
> > A friend mentioned a fair speciality from her part of the finger lakes
> > region of NY, Sugar Waffles.
> >> From her description, it's the waffles made with these irons:
> > http://www.petkeep.com/Sugar_Waffle.html
> > I keep thinking there's another name for these, and also that there's a
> > period recipe similar to them -- could it be wafers?
> > Any help would be appreciated...
> Rosettes. There's a recipe in Welserin for them:
> 88 A molded and fried pastry
> Take eight eggs and beat them well and pour them in a sieve and strain
> them, put a little wine in with it, so that it goes through easily, the
> chicken embryo remaining behind. Afterwards stir flour into it, until you
> think that it is right. Do not make the batter too thick. Dip the mold in
> with proper skill and let them fry, then it is well done. Salt the eggs
> Margaret FitzWilliam
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