This amazing egg waffle maker is the extraordinary answer for any commercial kitchen. With this machine, you can extend a sweet menu of your cafe or restaurant. This egg waffle machine additionally incredible for catering arrangements. Your customers will be astounded with unfathomable puff waffle maker.
This remarkable bubble waffler machine makes a substantial hexagon formed waffle which has a particular foamed surface. These delicious waffles, once in a while called egg waffles or eggettes have firm brilliant exterior and light, delicate insides. A Maggette is a sort of round flapjack or ball waffle prevalent in Hong Kong and Macao.
The sustenance thing is likewise alluded to as an egg puff, egg waffle, bubble waffle or by its cantonese name, gai daan and is produced using eggs, sugar, flour, and light dissipated drain. They are best served hot and regularly eaten plain. They can likewise be presented with leafy foods, for example, strawberry, coconut or chocolate. They are here and there alluded to as "Hong Kong cakes" in Chinatowns crosswise over America, particularly in New York.
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• Model TT-WE2210
• CE Certification
• English manual
• US Plug
• Voltage 220V
• Power 1400W
An egg waffle is a circular egg-based waffle well known in Hong Kong and Macau and is an eggy raised hitter cooked between two plates of semi-round cells. They are typically served hot and regularly eaten plain, even though they might be presented with leafy foods, for example, strawberry, coconut or chocolate.
It is alluded to by its unique Cantonese name, gai Daan jai and in English, an egg puff, bubble waffle, eggette, hotcake balls, flapjack waffle, egglet, and puffle. They are here and there alluded to as hongkong cakes in Chinatowns crosswise over America, particularly in NewYork. One bit of egg waffle can have around 20 to 35 little round 'balls.'
Egg waffles are among the most well known Hong Kong "road snacks" and were positioned No.1 in a 100 most prominent HK road nibble listing. They have been a favored road nibble since their rise in the 1950s when they were made with coal fire warming and sold from road stands in Hong Kong.