February 21, 2012

Coffee Flavoured Yeast Dough - Cinnamon Waffles

Today I managed to have breakfast twice, but I do not mind it at all! I wasn't fully awake when I discovered these wafers and I did not give much attention to it. But then, when I checked back again I was totally thrilled about them, and I felt like I must have them, NOW! After all cinnamon buns are one of my favourites, though we call them snails in Hungary. But this here is a lot more exciting! These are baked in a waffle iron, just a gorgeous idea! I have only changed a few things like I added coffee extract to the yeast dough and as I had no pearl sugar I doubled the amount of the butter and used cane sugar instead. The smell was just gorgous while the wafers were baking!

(based on a recipe by paules ki(t)chen)
350 g strong flour
160 g milk
20 g fresh yeast
50 g butter
30 g cane sugar
1 egg
1 tablespoon coffee extract
1 teaspoon salt
for the filling:
100 g butter
70 g cane sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Warm milk over low heat, then remove 3 tablespoons and crumble yeast into the lukewarm milk then set aside. Add sugar and butter to the rest of the milk and warm it until it has molten, then stir in coffee extract. Sift flour into a bowl, add four, the warm sugar-butter- milk, the yeast milk and knead a dough. Let it rise over room temperature for an hour. For the filling cream together soft butter with sugar and cinnamon. Roll out dough and smear filling on to, then roll it up and cut in slices. Bake them in the hot waffle iron.


Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Mmmhhh, they look wonderful! I want them now. ;-)) I'm bookmarking your recipe.

The first picture is marvelous.



Priyanka said...

A wonderful breakfast. Its making me hungry again :)

Migle said...

These sound and look just amazing! I think there wouldn't be a crime to substitute coffee extract with instant coffee powder? :)

chriesi said...

@Rosa: I still have some in the freezer! ;)

@Priyanka: Yeah, same happend to me when I found the recipe. :)))

@Migle: I am glad you like it! Sure, instant coffee powder is just fine!

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