What you need to make Belgian waffles is a Belgian waffle maker. Belgian waffles use the same batter as regular pancakes and waffles. What makes them Belgian is how you serve them which is with fresh fruit, topped with whip cream and a dusting of confectioners sugar.
yes. buy a belgian waffle iron and use a buttermilk waffle recipe
A quick and simple Belgian Waffle recipe can be found at this website: http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/True-Belgian-Waffles. This recipe contains detailed instructions and has great reviews from those who have already prepared it.
Absolutely. I found a great looking recipe for some right here: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/emeril-lagasse/classic-Belgian-waffles-recipe/index.html
Belgian (draft)! Belgian waffles
Belgian waffles have a lighter batter and are slightly larger than regular waffles, with deeper grid patterns.
For a belgian waffle recipe baking power is very needed and should be used. the correct amount for 4 inch belgian waffles is about 2 teaspoons of baking powder and you should cook them for about 13 minutes
I like the Belgian Shepherd's the best because it tastes like Belgian waffles.
You can try buttermilk waffles, everyone seems to like them.http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Belgian-Buttermilk-Waffles-with-Glazed-Bananas-232170
Belgian (like a pancake) and potato waffles.
Yes, because Belgian waffles are huge and need yeast. I don't know exactly why.