Hong Kong Egg Waffle
  ถ้าใครที่ไป Hong Kong ก็จะต้องได้เห็นขนม Egg Waffle ที่ขายตามร้านข้างถนน...เราเป็นคนที่ชอบซื้อทานมากๆคะ ต้องทานทุกครั้งที่ไป แต่เดี๋ยวนี้เมืองไทยก็มีขายนะคะ แต่หาซื้อยากอยู่เหมือนกันและเนื้อwaffleก็ไม่เหมือนกับที่ Hong Kong ด้วย

วันนี้ไปเดินเล่นคะ เข้าร้าน veraru แวะซื้อเครื่องทำ Yogurt และก็เห็นเขามีขายเครื่องทำ Egg Waffle อดใจไม่ได้ เลยซื้อมาด้วย :) 

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สูตรนี้เนื้อและรสชาติเหมือนที่ Hong Kong มากๆคะ

  • 140 grams plain flour
  • 7.5 grams baking powder
  • 1 tablespoon custard powder
  • 28 grams topica starch
  • 2 eggs
  • 80 grams white sugar
  • 28 grams evaporated milk
  • 140 ml water
  • 28 grams vegetable oil, for making the egg batter
  • small quantity of vegetable oil, for greasing the mould
  • 2 drops vanilla essence

  • Method:
    1. Firstly mix and sieve the plain flour + baking powder + custard powder + topica starch. Set aside.
    2. Beat the eggs and mix in the white sugar using a wooden stirrer. Add in gradually the evaporated milk and still water. Mix thoroughly.
    3. Add the sieved flour mixture (1.) into the egg mixture (2). Stir thoroughly until a smooth batter is form. It is important that it forms no lumps.
    4. Add in the vanilla essence and mix well.
    5. Finally add in the vegetable oil.
    6. Cover the batter with cling wrap and refrigerate for at least an hour.

    สูตรcopyและดัดแปลงมาจาก: Christine's Recipe Blog

    Enjoy คะ


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