[Sca-cooks] Sugar Waffles?
marionofwintersgate at twistedsistah.com
Wed Mar 14 09:08:15 PDT 2007
I make this every christmas time, being Scandahoooovian means i have
too!, the trick with these is TEMPERATURE! If you do not have the
iron at the right temp, and the oil at the right temp and the batter
at the right temp, the cookie will stick to the iron! I have eight
different designs to dip and you can find most of these online or at
a Scandinavian store! Sorry am SO far behind and missing TONS of mail!
On Mar 13, 2007, at 6:49 AM, Susan Fox wrote:
> Jadwiga Zajaczkowa / Jenne Heise wrote:
>> A friend mentioned a fair speciality from her part of the finger
>> region of NY, Sugar Waffles.
>>> From her description, it's the waffles made with these irons:
>> 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! They are Swedish. I make these around Christmastime. I
> never really found documentation for working them with dipped irons
> this but I think Huette has.
> From http://rosetteirons.com/index.html, an guide to the naming of
> In Spain and Mexico, the pastries are called Buenellos; Scandinavian
> families call them "rosettes", the French call them "Merveille",
> and in
> Hungary, "roza frank". Even in the United States, we have many
> names for these cookies. For instance:
> Minnesota = Rosette Cookie
> Ohio = Sugar Waffle Cookie
> Florida = Fried Cookie
> New York = Italian Fried Cookie
> Maryland = Lace Cookie
> Georgia = Elegant Wedding Cookie
> Pennsylvania = Festival Sugar Waffle
> Indiana = Fair Sugar Waffle
> Pukalani, Maui, Hawaii = Chinese pretzels
> Philippines = Swedish rosette iron
> Try this website for some radical shapes:
> Yours in crunch goodness,
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