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Making Italian Pizzelle one at a time on my Great Grandfather's Authentic Antique Italian Pizzelle Iron
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In the link you added it doesn't say how much butter. Can you please tell me how much butter you would use?
One cookie a time? Hmmm that’s just not me. I have a cuisinart pizzelle maker that does two a time. It comes with a recipe but I tried my own favorite almond cookie recipe. The dough is just like any store bought box sugar cookie but since I like almond I added half a cup ground almonds and a half teaspoon almond essence. My neighbor came by to sample some. What a brilliant idea! Anyone looking for this stupid secret recipe should try it.
Thanks for stopping by and glad that's working for you - Best Regards and Happy Pizzelle Making!!! - G
do you sell these cookies ?
Jennifer McCabe - Sorry, I make them for my dear Family and Friends only during "Cookie Season".
Hi Sir. Thank you for the video. I've never had those cookies but I have eaten Trader Joe's Belgian Butter Waffle Cookies. If you've had the Trader Joe's cookies are they similar in taste to your pizzelles? Where did you get your iron? Do you know where I can buy one like it? Is there a particular pizzelle maker you recommend? Thanks for any info. Best regards.
+Gary Pizzelleman Thank you, can't wait to see what you think of them and if you think they taste similar to pizzelles.
+noviceprepper53 Actually I have not, but there is a TJ's near my house - I will investigate and report back. G
can you give me your recipe because it's the only one I see this consistently, here in mexico there are very few molds pizzelles adme to facebook ¡¡¡¡ Here are some new machines like waffle irons but not the same :(
+pizzelleman thanks¡ i have two pizelle recipe , but i dont have tough cookie dough any...
+jose gerardo flores vega Jose - Sorry for the late reply I only visit onec and a while and I was very busy the past few years. I can't give out the family recipe, but this is a Dough recipe on the Internet: http://www.food.com/recipe/old-fashioned-pizzells-made-with-hand-held-pizzelle-iron-273161 Cheers and good luck - Best Regards - Gary
I love the ease of your thicker dough, may I/we have the recipe?
+Tara Krzywonski - Ciao Tara! Sorry but I save the recipe for La Familia...... I did find this dough recipe on the Internet: http://www.food.com/recipe/old-fashioned-pizzells-made-with-hand-held-pizzelle-iron-273161 Good Luck and best regards - Gary
Dude you are f#@&7!;* amazing!!!
+Fredy Garcia - Cheers Freddy - thanks for the compliment - Pizzelle making for Family and Friends is a great joy of mine and it's almost that time of year again. Best Regards - Gary
Can you use a wire brush to clean an old cast iron pizzelle iron?
+Peter Scartabello Ciao Peter!!! I use a fine metal pick and carefully remove any stuck pieces - and remember to re-season or oil the Iron again. Sorry for the late reply - I have been wrapping up my Doctorate this year. Cheers - Gary
+Peter Scartabello Sólo grasa de vaca.
Gary we would love the recipe for this Pizzelle. Can you use this dough in a new modern iron?
Thanks for the reply. Do you have the recipe listed anywhere?
+Denise Fox Ciao Denise - Never tried to be honest. Probably could but it would take more clamping force or you would have to find one with a good latch. I'll never make a pizzelle on anything but the family iron. It turned 95 years old this year, almost to 100 years for the iron and 23 or so for me this year. Cheers - Gary
Share the recipe?
pizzelleman a man who protects a family recipe ..... Is an awesome dude. I myself protect quote a few o er 100 years old
+Ben Lariccia - Ciao Ben - Sorry but I save the recipe for the family. Try this one: http://www.food.com/recipe/old-fashioned-pizzells-made-with-hand-held-pizzelle-iron-273161 It's the only Dough recipe I have seen personally besides the family one I am trusted with. Best Regards - Gary.
I have my grandfather's pizzelle make like this one. This looks like the dough my mother described. Is there a recipe for this?
+steven polanowski Ciao Steven - Sorry for the late reply - very busy year. Can't give away the family recipe but there is a recipe on my site Pizzelle.net - Cheers and best regards - Gary
love that iron and the dough being thicker than usual for pizzelles.would love to try these,either the actual cookie or the recipe!
I start at about 28/27 Seconds per cookie, but after the Kitchen Warms up, I usually have it down to about 25 or 26 seconds. Good Luck and Best Regards - Gary the Pizzelleman.
How long is the timer set for? 30 seconds? Thank you!
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