When you see Lumadeline use a recipe for soy sauce dark chocolate you instantly know you have to try this yourself. And against all odds, this is probably my all time favourite chocolate sauce now. Do remember to use good quality (fairtrade) dark chocolate for the best result. I decided to use soy sauce also as the base for the brownie waffles and have to say I am definitely going to use soy sauce more often to replace salt in recipes. It gives much more richness and depth to the flavours than regular salt does. Hope you guys are inspired to test this yourself and of course try this new recipe for waffles.
Soy Sauce Chocolate Brownie Waffles
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tbsp. soy sauce
2 tbsp. sugar
2 tbsp. cacao
100g dark chocolate (at least 80%)
1 tbsp. soy sauce
20g dairy butter (or 1 tbsp. coconut oil for a vegan option)
3 small oranges sliced
Start by drying the slices of orange in an oven at about 80-degree Celsius until crisp and dry. This depends on your oven but for me, it’s usually in about 60 to 80 minutes. Let them dry in the oven when you turn it off and continue with the waffles.
For the waffles mix together the flour with the baking soda, sugar and cacao. Add the eggs, buttermilk, and soy sauce and mix until you get a firm dough. Heat up your waffle iron and bake the waffles according to the instructions of your waffle iron.
In a sauce pan put a metal bowl on top to melt the chocolate au bain marie. Melt the dark chocolate and add in the dairy butter and soy sauce until you get a nice drippy sauce.
Serve the waffles with some marshmallow fluff on top which you burn and drizzle over the chocolate sauce. Dip the dried oranges in the chocolate and serve them with the waffles. Enjoy.