Rolling the Krumkake
The cone form provided with your KrumKake Express™ helps you make uniformly shaped cones with ease. After a few cones, you will develop the knack of holding the warm cone and shaping it into a neat form perfect for your favorite filling.
Follow the illustrated steps the first few times you make cones to perfect your skills.
|As soon as the water is baked, remove it from the Krumkake Express™. Immediately place it on a thin and dry soft cloth as shown in Figure 1. Position the point of the cone form near the circumference of the edge of the krumkake with the cone form resting across the diameter of the krumkake.
||As shown in Figure 2, use the edge of the cloth to lift one edge of the krumkake up onto the cone form. Then, using the cloth initially to help support the hot krumkake, press it snugly against and partially around the cone form.
||Then, as shown in Figure 3, let the cloth fall back as you roll the cone forward until the krumkake completely enwraps the cone form.
Hold the krumkake on the cone form. With the overlapped seam of the krumkake down under the cone, press firmly down against the waffle and cone form to "freeze" the cone into shape. Hold the cone around the form in this way until it is sufficiently cool and stiff enough to hold its shape.
The cloth helps to protect your fingers from the hot waffle. If your fingers are comfortable with the heat, you may find the cloth unnecessary.