What is a Waffle de Liege?
The Liege waffle was first produced on the latter part of the 19th century in the city of Liege which is situated in the southeast of Belgium. The dough of the Liege waffle incorporates a special sugar, known as Pearl Sugar, which is ext rated from sweet beets, a root cultivated in Europe. The unique characteristic of the Pearl Sugar is that it resist humidity in the dough and it melts at a specific temperature of the waffle iron at the time baking thus caramelizing the whole waffle. Another major ingredient is Trimoline, an invert sugar, which contains fructose. Trimoline enhances the taste, mellowness and texture of the Liege Waffle.
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