Imagine how wonderful it would be to prepare these cheese waffles with citrus zest. The bright lemon zest will infuse the waffles with a burst of citrusy brightness, balancing the rich and savory notes of the goat curd cheese. Ok, let’s go to the recipe.
Nutrition Facts for 100 g.
|Prep Time||15 g.|
|Cooking Time||1 hr.|
Equipment for Cooking
To make Goat Cheese Waffles with Citrus Zest, you will need the following equipment:
Waffle iron: This is essential for cooking the waffle batter and creating those crispy waffle shapes.
Mixing bowl: A bowl for combining the ingredients, including the goat cheese, eggs, flour, and spices.
Whisk, mixer or fork: You’ll need a whisk or an electric mixer to thoroughly blend the ingredients until smooth.
Measuring utensils: To measure out the ingredients accurately, you’ll need measuring cups and spoons for items like flour, sugar, and spices.
Spatula: A spatula is handy for gently folding in ingredients and transferring the waffle batter to the waffle iron.
Plate or serving platter: To place the cooked waffles on when they’re done.
- Goat curd cheese — 400 g.
- Eggs — 5 pcs.
- All-purpose flour — 5 tbs.
- Cornmeal — 1 tbs.
- Sugar — 150 gr.
- Baking powder — 1/2 tsp.
- Ground cinnamon — 1/3 tsp.
- Ground nutmeg — 1/3 tsp.
- Lemon juice — 1 tsp
- Vanilla sugar — 1 tsp.
- Sour cream — 100 gr.
- A small piece of butter for greasing
How to Make Goat Cheese Waffles with Citrus Zest
Step 1. Combine the goat cheese, sour cream and eggs in a mixing bowl. Stir well. Then add sugar.
Step 2. Next add the all-purpose flour and cornmeal and make a smooth dough.
Step 3. Add the baking powder, ground cinnamon, ground nutmeg, vanilla sugar and lime juice. Mix until all the ingredients are fully incorporated.
Step 4. Grease the waffle iron with a small piece of butter to prevent sticking. You should repeat this process time after time while cooking.
Step 5. Preheat your waffle iron according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Step 6. Pour the goat cheese waffle batter onto the preheated waffle iron. Be careful not to overfill, as the batter may expand while cooking. Really this trouble happens sometimes.
Step 7. Close the waffle iron and cook according to the manufacturer’s instructions until the waffles are golden brown and crispy.
Step 8. Carefully remove the goat cheese waffles from the iron and place them on a plate.
Step 9. Serve the waffles hot with your choice of toppings, such as fresh berries, whipped cream, or a drizzle of honey. Enjoy your homemade goat cheese waffles with a delightful hint of citrus and spice!
A warm cup of tea or coffee would make a delightful accompaniment to the waffles. Both choices promise to enhance your breakfast time. You can also add any jam or condensed milk. The fruity sweetness of jam or the luscious, sugary richness of condensed milk will infuse your waffles with an extra layer of flavor, making every bite a delectable treat. You can even place a piece of hard cheese on the waffle if you do not want to eat sweets. You amy also cook cottage cheese waffles with cow curd cheese.
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Gather around a cozy table, sip on tea or coffee, and savor each bite as you share stories of your life with your friends. It’s a simple yet memorable way to create cherished moments and enjoy the good company of those you hold dear. Share this recipe with your friends and enjoy every happy moment!