Thursday, May 28, 2009

How to use Pizzelle Iron ( The Pizzelle Maker )

( The Pizzelle Maker )

If you have no experience in using a pizzelle iron, this article might help you. Using a pizzelle iron is not difficult, but it takes practice to get the cookies to the ideal color and shape, and it requires patience because the typical pizzelle recipe can make four dozen or more cookies.

First of all you need to find a comfortable location to make the pizzelles because you will be at the iron for about a half hour or more. It depend how many pizzelles you going to bake. Some peoples enjoy baking pizzelle at their home garden.

Before plugging it in, open the top of the iron. Dab oil on a paper towel and rub it on the inside of the iron, gently coating the whole pattern. This will help you during cleaning later on. Plug in the iron. A light will come on, indicating the iron is warming up. Allow the iron to heat while you prepare the pizzelle dough. When the light turns off, the pizzelle iron is ready to use. If it is brand new pizzelle iron, take some times to read provided manual.

Place about a tbs. of pizzelle dough in the center of the pattern. If your pizzelle iron makes two cookies at a time, place a tbs. of dough into each pattern. Place about a tbs. of pizzelle dough in the center of the pattern. If your pizzelle iron makes two cookies at a time, place a tbs. of dough into each pattern.

When the indicator light illuminates again, the pizzelle is ready. Open the latch. The cookie should be a very light golden color, not brown. Use a spatula to gently lift the cookie from the iron. If your pizzelle is not crispy enough, use a sweet very thin pancake like batter. Put barely enough batter on the iron to cover it. Bake until it quits sizzling, place the cookies on a wire rack so the air can get all around them. they should be crispy this way.


Happy Trying!

( The Pizzelle Maker )

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