Krampouz is renowned for its superior quality commercial waffle makers in professional kitchens around the world. Founded in 1949 in Brittany, France, the company offers products that are sold and locally supported (parts & service) in over 150 countries, including the United States and Canada.
Krampouz manufactures a series of professional-grade cast iron Liege waffle makers that are among the best in its category. The patented Easy Clean System is a breakthrough in the waffle market, simplifying the dismantling and cleaning of the iron. Krampouz products are certified to meet the highest industry standards and regulations, which means excellent results, particularly in an exacting, professional setting.
For customers who have purchased or are planning to purchase a Krampouz Liege waffle iron, we’ve put together a guide to help you season the cast iron so waffles will turn out a perfect golden color, the sugar pearls will caramelize perfectly and baked goods will lift easily without sticking to the plates.
- Plug in the waffle iron, open it and set the thermostat to 300°C. Leave it to heat for 30 minutes.
- Then lower the thermostat to 270°C. Wait for 5 minutes to allow the temperature to come down a touch. Leave the waffle iron at this temperature (270°C) throughout the following steps.
- Using a brush, carefully apply a fine coat of frying oil to all the blocks and in the bottom of the grooves. Avoid pooling excess oil in the grooves of the waffle plates (if necessary, use a dry brush for even application). Leave this first layer to cook thoroughly for 10 minutes.
- Apply a second layer of seasoning in the same manner as the previous step. Wait another 10 minutes then turn off the waffle iron. Use frying oil with no other ingredients for the seasoning process.
Successful seasoning should result in a chestnut-colored surface (dark brown) resembling a varnish. Be sure to avoid using cooking sprays for the seasoning process.
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