Born in Belgium but most commonly associated with the US and Canada, the waffle is an ever-popular dish that has firmly made its way across the pond and is gaining traction in restaurants across the UK each year.
And what better way to celebrate the pocket-style pancakes than on International Waffle Day which this year falls on 25th March.
The waffle’s ability to adapt to a sweet or savoury dish or a morning or evening meal, is one of the reasons why it has garnered popularity in recent years.
Why not jump on the trend and add waffles to your delivery menu this March? We’ve put together the go-to equipment you’ll need to make the perfect waffles that will make your customers mouths’ water.
The Universal Planetary Mixer
To create batches of light and airy waffle batter, use the Universal Planetary Mixer by Kingfisher, a sturdy machine used by chefs and bakers for mixing a wide range of products, but particularly ideal for sweet baked goods.
All mixers are supplied with a stainless steel bowl and a set of tools including a dough hook, beater blade and wire whisk.
Other features include:
- 3-speed gearbox gives you the versatility to do various mixing jobs.
- Safety switches on bowl guards and bowl lift ensure user safety.
- Emergency stop button also fitted.
You can’t make a waffle without a waffle maker! Fortunately, Cater-Bake stocks the ideal premium single waffle maker from Fimar, which has the ability to form large round waffles 185mm in diameter. It is easy to use and clean and features 12 months back to base warranty included.
The compact waffle maker conveniently features a timer and temperature control and flaunts a non-stick Teflon cooking grill which helps to create perfectly formed, whole waffles every time.
And there you have it! The two essential appliances you will need to create your exemplary waffles.
Looking to create specialist waffles in your eatery? Cater-Bake offers an array of bakery equipment to help. Simply click the links in the blog for further information about the products listed or call us on 0151 548 5818 or email firstname.lastname@example.org