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The best typically Brussels recipes made with a Robot

The best typically Brussels recipes made with a Robot
Brussels Sprouts (c) Unsplash sebastian-coman-photography

Updated on May 27, 2024 by pierre

Recipes from Brussels made with a Robot

On a daily basis, the household appliance makes life easier. Several recipes are thus made by the hand of a master with KitchenAid brand robots and their accessories which make life in the kitchen easier. We invite you to discover some classic Brussels recipes that you can make with the kitchen aid food processor.

The two recipes we offer are

1. Brussels sprouts with cream

Brussels Sprouts (c) Unsplash sebastian-coman-photography
Brussels Sprouts (c) Unsplash sebastian-coman-photography

Ingredients

  • 800 g Brussels sprouts
  • 250 ml of cream
  • 75 g smoked diced bacon
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 1 pinch of pepper
  • 1 pinch of salt

Prep time

Step 1 

Peel the garlic cloves.

Step 2

Clean the Brussels sprouts with vinegar water and peel them.

Step 3

Install the KitchenAid beater.

Step 4

Place the bacon bits and crushed garlic using a garlic press in the mixing bowl of your KitchenAid food processor.

Step 5

Set the timer to 3 min, the temperature to 100°C and the speed to mix 1.

Step 6

Replace the beater with the mixer.

Step 7

Add the puffs and crème fraîche to the KitchenAid bowl.

Step 8

Install the splash cover.

Step 9

Set the temperature to 100°C, the timer to 20 min and the speed to mix 3.

Step 10

Serve hot

 

Note that the cooking time of the cabbages varies according to their size, you may have to vary it slightly. For a lighter dish, you can replace the lardons with bacon and use light cream. With this classic recipe from Brussels, you will rejoice in the satisfied faces of 4 guests as much as the flavors tasted.

2. Brussels waffles recipe

Brussels Gauffres (c) Photo Pierre Halleux
Brussels Gauffres (c) Photo Pierre Halleux

Ingredients

  • 12 g fresh yeast
  • 100 g of melted butter
  • 250ml hot mineral water
  • 260 ml of hot milk
  • 300 g flour
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 2 eggs

Prep time

Step 1

Put hot water and hot milk in the bowl of the KitchenAid stand mixer. Add your yeast and attach the wire whisk to the multi-purpose stand mixer. Then mix on speed 3 until dissolved. yeast.

Step 2

On speed 3 again, mix the egg yolks until a homogeneous mixture is obtained.

Step 3

Add salt and flour to a second bowl. Set the speed control lever to 2 and blend your dry ingredients. Slowly pour the milk-based mixture into the robot.

Step 4

Add the melted butter and mix for a minute. Set the speed control lever to 4 and mix for 5 minutes until smooth.

Step 5

Beat the egg whites on speed 7 in another bowl until soft peaks form.

Step 6

Set the speed control lever to 2. Then add the batter to the egg whites little by little. Do this until the batter is completely incorporated.

Step 7

Cover your dough with a tea towel and let it rest at room temperature for 30 minutes.

Step 8

Heat the waffle maker to high. Pour 2 ladles of batter into the waffle maker then cook until you have golden waffles. 

Step 9

Serve immediately

Note also that the ingredients of this recipe can transmit joy to 2 people. 

To discover again more typical Belgian dishes we also have an article about it.

pierre

Barely a foot in the Belgian capital, Pierre launches "InsideBrussels.be", the idea is simple: "What to do? Where to go eat or have a drink?" Entrepreneur at heart, this is not his first project! Far from there. Like wine, with time the project improves! Pierre does not hesitate to share his favorites and his best addresses of Brussels restaurants that he could recommend to you with his eyes closed.