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How Vienna waffles differ from Belgian ones

Many countries boast national recipes for original and delicious waffles. For example, England, where this dish is served as a light snack, or the Netherlands, which presented the world with the so-called syrup waffles, as well as the USA and the Czech Republic, Norway and even Japan. But for the connoisseurs of this delicacy, the reference examples are perhaps the two most famous varieties: Viennese and Belgian.
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The history of waffles in Vienna is closely connected with the name of the Austrian confectioner Joseph Manner, who at the end of the 19th century introduced to the public a new type of dessert – “Neapolitan waffles”. They got their name due to hazelnut filling – they were delivered from Naples at that time. The new delicacy was strikingly different from the already familiar desserts of this kind.

How Belgian waffles differ from Viennese

The main feature of Viennese waffles today is the cooking process, which allows you to get a structure that is porous enough to add the filling. In addition to the nut mass, over time, cream, honey, berries, fruit jam, cream cheese and even bacon began to be used as filler.

Actually, the filling was and remains what distinguishes Viennese waffles from the Belgian “brothers” – the latter are prepared in a simpler version, without an internal “layer”.
Viennese waffles are served hot to the table, and baked most often rectangular (although in popular Vienna coffee houses there are also variations, for example, in the form of hearts).

Belgium (Brussels, Liege)
Belgium is considered the “progenitor” of waffles, because it was on the territory of this country that they were supposed to be prepared for the first time in the 12th-13th centuries (at least in the form we are used to – in the form of “honeycombs”). However, they gained worldwide recognition and popularity much later, in the middle of the 20th century after the World Exhibition in Brussels.

If you continue to compare Belgian and Viennese waffles, differences can be found in the variety of cooking and serving options. In Belgium, you will have at least two different types of dessert: Liege and Brussels.

Liege
These waffles date back to the 18th century, when they were invented by the cook at the court of the Prince of Liege. They have a small round shape and a fairly dense solid structure, more like cookies.

Large “pearl” (thermostable white) sugar is added to the dough, which during baking forms a crispy caramel crust on the baking surface.
The Belgian dessert turns out to be sweet and satisfying, you can eat it both hot and cold. In pastry shops, it is often poured on top with chocolate or syrup, so Liege waffles will certainly please real sweet tooth.

Brussels
Brussels waffles are more famous in the world than Liege wafers and are very popular among tourists. Perhaps the reason for this lies in their more neutral and calm taste, not such an outright sweetness. At least when referring to “real Belgian waffles”, we most often mean Brussels ones: airy and very tender.

How Belgian waffles differ from Viennese

The secret of cooking is the use of a large number of whipped proteins and yeast, due to which a particularly lush and soft structure is obtained. They are always baked rectangular, with a delicious golden crust, and sprinkled with powdered sugar on top.

Serve such Belgian waffles with ice cream or whipped cream, with fresh berries and fruits, chocolate or caramel syrup. You need to eat them right away, until they have cooled down.
Where to try the best waffles
In Belgium, a popular sweet can be found at every step. It is sold from street stalls, cooked in small cafes and pastry shops and must be included in the restaurant menu.
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Brussels
Here are just a few places in Brussels that offer the most delicious Belgian waffles with a variety of toppings:

Vitalgaufre (Quai de Mariemont 53c) – here you will find waffles with Belgian chocolate, strawberries, whipped cream and a dozen other toppings – well, just an excitement! This should be remembered genuine Belgium.
Le Funambule (Rue de Tabora 9) – a candy store next door to the Manneken Pis is famous not only for its location, but for the delicious Liege and Brussels waffles. They offer fresh berries and fruits, chocolate and chocolate paste and a sea of ​​other toppings. Confectionery works to take away.
How Belgian waffles differ from Viennese

Waffle Factory (Rue du Lombard 30, L ’Etuve Stoof) is a real waffle giant whose confectionery can be found even outside of Belgium. It attracts with the opportunity to try both traditional Liege and Brussels and Belgian waffles with filling, the so-called lunch waffles or sandwich waffles (with cheese, ham, egg).
Australian Homemade Ice Cream (Rue de la Colline 2) – it’s worth going here if you adore waffles and ice cream and cannot decide what you love more – they are served together and separately. There are also many other sweets.
Mokafe (Galerie du Roi 9) is a good place for lunch in the center of Brussels.

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