BLOOMFIELD, N.J., March 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Forget the groundhog -- golden waffles with jam signal the coming of spring in Sweden, but you don't have to be Swedish to celebrate Waffle Day, or Vaffeldagen, on March 25th. In fact, many countries have their own version of the crispy treat. Swedish waffles are slightly thinner than the American version so you can enjoy several. They're traditionally served with whipped cream and wild lingonberry jam. This easy, delicious recipe is from the chefs at Felix Lingonberry Jam in Sweden:
Authentic Swedish Waffles
3 ½ oz butter
1 ⅔ cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
½ teaspoon salt
2 cups plus 3 tablespoons milk
Melt butter. Whip together flour, baking powder and salt with half of the milk until you have an even batter. Pour in the rest of the milk, eggs and the melted butter, whip until thoroughly mixed. Heat the waffle iron and brush with butter. Pour in 6 tablespoons of batter and bake until golden brown. Serve with whipped cream and Felix Lingonberry Jam. Makes 8 waffles.
Felix Jams, imported to the US by World Finer Foods, has been bringing Swedish lingonberries to the American palate for over 50 years. Simple ingredients – fine handpicked berries, pure sugar and fresh water for a delicious, tart-sweet taste – have made the product the best-selling lingonberry jam in Sweden and the USA.
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