With your Petromax Waffle Iron you can prepare your waffles outdoors at any time. At the campfire or grill you are the hero of your family and friends, and with a Petromax Waffle Iron a good mood is all but guaranteed.
Which is the best Waffle Iron?
For particularly crispy and juicy waffles, a Cast Iron Waffle Iron with its optimal heat distribution and retention is your best bet. Before filling, the Waffle Iron must be properly heated. This is easily done with the Petromax Waffle Iron intended for use over open fire. To regulate the temperature, simply remove the Iron from the embers. Due to the long heat retention of the Cast Iron, the waffles are guaranteed to bake through. Since the Petromax Waffle Iron is also suitable for use on grills, gas grills and even the stove at home, it is the best Waffle Iron for all your adventures.
Which Waffle Iron is suitable for Belgian waffles and Liège waffles?
Belgian waffles are thick waffles with a deep pattern – crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside. They are also often called Liège waffles. The dough is usually made with fresh yeast.
A special Waffle iron is responsible for the typical waffle shape. The Petromax Waffle Iron with short or long handle is perfect for these Belgian waffles.
How much does a Waffle Iron cost?
Waffle moulds are available in a wide range of price categories: As a professional tool for the catering trade or for simple hobby baking. You need to decide which Waffle Iron meets your own needs. Petromax Waffle Iron is made for the outdoors and you can make the perfect waffle without electricity. The Waffle Iron for Belgian waffles is available for €39.99 and the rotatable Waffle Iron for heart-shaped waffles costs €69.99 including the support frame.
Why a rotating Waffle Iron?
A Cast Iron Waffle Iron is suitable for use over fire or in embers. However, it is very heavy due to the material composition. To make handling easier, Petromax offers a rotatable Waffle Iron.
With the matching support frame, you can easily rotate the Waffle Iron by 180 degrees, allowing the dough to be baked evenly from both sides.
It can also be used to bake thin pancakes or flat bread featuring the fiery dragon brand on the outside.
What kind of fat should I use with the Waffle Iron?
To prevent the waffle batter from sticking to the Waffle Iron and ruining your waffle, grease the Waffle Iron thoroughly with butter or high-heat oils such as sunflower oil. Since the Petromax Waffle Iron is made of cast iron which has a high heat storage capacity and can withstand very high temperatures, please do not use oils that are not meant for this purpose.
Why does my waffle batter stick to the Iron?
If waffle batter sticks to the Iron, your waffles will not be very appealing. So how do you prevent the waffle batter from sticking?
While it is important to ensure that you add enough grease to the Waffle Iron, timing is also very important. The Petromax Waffle Iron should be heated well before adding the batter. Only when it has heated up sufficiently you should grease the Iron and add the batter. You may want to add a little more butter to the waffle batter than suggested in the recipe. If the batter sticks to the Iron, above requirements are the key to achieving the perfect waffle.