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The word waffle first appears in the English language in 1725. "Waffles. Take flower, cream..."It is directly derived from the Dutch wafel, which itself derives from the Middle Dutch wafele. While the Middle Dutch wafele is first attested to at the end of the 13th century, it is preceded by the French walfre in 1185 both from Frankish wafla 'honeycomb' or 'cake'. Other spellings throughout modern and medieval Europe include waffe, wafre, wafer, wâfel, waufre, iauffe, gaufre, goffre, gauffre, wafe, waffel, wåfe, wāfel, wafe, vaffel, and våffla.
Waffles remained widely popular in Europe for the first half of the 19th century, despite the 1806 British Atlantic naval blockade that greatly inflated the price of sugar. By the early 20th century, waffle recipes became rare in recipe books, and only 29 professional waffle craftsmen, the outliers, remained in Paris. Even as most of the original recipes have faded from use, a number of the 18th and 19th century varieties can still be easily found throughout Europe, where they were first developed and now those 27 European nations favourite waffles are carefully designed and launched by Basmati Foods in India to cater the authentic European waffles in India.
Ravi Nagarajan - Creator of Basmati Foods, travelled entire Europe and chose best waffles from each country and launched the brand in India to cater waffle lovers. The current trend in India is only for Belgium waffles and other authentic waffles from France, Italy, Germany are not identified or launched in India.
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