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Classic Waffle with Roast Figs, Almond Cream, Pistachio & Raspberries

Classic Waffle with Roast Figs, Almond Cream, Pistachio & Raspberries

Classic Waffle with Roast Figs, Almond Cream, Pistachio & Raspberries

Hotel Centennial‘s Executive Chef, Justin North, has your weekend brunch needs covered with his Classic Waffle with Roast Figs, Almond Cream, Pistachio & Raspberries covered.  Serve up on a Sunday morning for instant star status. 

Serves 8                                

Waffle mix

125g fine caster sugar                                

680ml milk                                                  

17g fresh yeast                                           

250g self raising flour                                 

250g plain flour                                           

3 Eggs                                                          

185g unsalted butter                                  

Drop of vanilla essence

To serve                                       

8 fresh figs – cut into quarters, gently heat with a knob of butter until juicy & soft

1 punnet raspberries

300ml whipped vanilla cream

Drizzle of salted caramel sauce or butterscotch sauce.

 

Dissolve the yeast in the milk and add the sugar.

Melt the butter and let it cool.

Sift together the flours and salt.

Separate the eggs.

Whisk the eggs, milk and butter together.

Whisking on a low speed add the flour in 1 lot, allowing the flour to disappear before turning off the mixer. Finish off the mix with a hand whisk to ensure no lumps.

Leave to rest for at least two hours before testing or overnight if possible.

Bake at 200*c in a waffle iron for 5 minutes.

To serve

Cut the waffle into quarters and serve hot with the roasted figs, raspberries, whipped cream & drizzle of butterscotch sauce

Note

If time doesn’t allow to make the waffle mix from fresh I often buy pancake mix from the supermarket which also has a great result.

 

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