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A Hot Waffle Challenge for Your Sweet Tooth

How we all love our fresh, warm waffles topped with berries, chocolate, whipped cream, etc. However, is our knowledge just limited to gobbling them down or is there more to it. Let's play this fun-filled quiz and find out.
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Waffles are prepared using a leavened batter. Baking powder, baking soda, or yeast can be used as leavening agents. Belgian waffles used yeast, but, today they are mostly prepared with baking powder.
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Although waffles are eaten widely in Belgium, its roots are mainly Dutch. The English word waffle only appeared in English language in 1725.
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National Waffles Day is actually celebrated on the same day the patent for the waffle iron was issued, which was 24th August, 1869.
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Frozen waffles only require heating and eating. They are pre-cooked and frozen for the convenience of the end user.
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A waffle and fried chicken is served as a breakfast item, mostly in Northeastern United States. It's served with butter and maple syrup. Gravy may also be poured over the chicken.
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Hot dog waffles originated in Thailand. It resembles a corn dog on a stick and is served with ketchup and mayonnaise on the side.
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Stroopwafels are not typical waffles. They do not have crispy exterior and fluffy interior. They are patterned, crispy wafer cookies filled with caramel in the center. They are very popular in The Netherlands.
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Pandan waffles, also called Banh Kep La Dua have originated from Vietnam. These bright green-golden brown waffles are sold as street food smothered with ice-cream or condensed milk.
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The Waffle house has a network spreading across 2100 locations in 25 different states in the US. Its first outlet opened on Labor Day in Georgia.
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Typically taiyaki is a fish-shaped cake. Since it's prepared with waffle batter and poured into a fish-shaped hot plate it's referred to as a variant of waffles.
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This Italian variant is typically thin and crispy in texture. It does not involve the use of a leavening agent, so technically cannot be called a waffle, even though it resembles a crispy waffle.
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Egg waffles are Honk Kong's most popular street food snack. They are called egg waffles because of the egg-rich batter used to prepare them.
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You've successfully drizzled your way through this amazing waffle challenge.

 Priya Johnson

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Yuvraj Sachdeva, Anton, Robby McCullough, Alex Kondratiev