Classic dessert Pavlova Recipe
One of the most delicate desserts, Pavlova’s mini-dessert, will decorate any table. It should cause difficulties in cooking. the main thing is to do it right and plant beautiful even meringues that are filled with cream.
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- 200 g sugar powder;
- 100 g protein (3 eggs);
- 1/4 tsp lemons;
- 15 g corn starch.
Whip egg whites with lemon into fine foam. Add a little powdered sugar. At the last stage, add starch. Dry the meringue for 2 hours at 90-100 degrees. And here there may be a problem with Anna Pavlova’s mini dessert. If you have an electric oven, then you set the millet to 90C. And if it’s gas, then it’s worth opening the lid so that they don’t bake meringues, but dry them.
At the bottom of the cooled meringues, lay out the curd or sour jam.
It will be very tasty if pieces of tender fruits are added to the curd. In winter, I put an orange peeled from thin films. In summer – strawberries or other berries. We decorate with the same fruits on top.
For cream we use:
- cream 0.5 l
- mascarpone cheese (soft curd cheese can be used) 250 g
- 100 g sugar powder.
Blend everything until stiff
Decorate with fruits
FOR THE MERINGUE:
4 large egg whites
Pinch of salt
¾ cup/151 grams granulated sugar
10 chocolate sandwich cookies (113 grams), such as Oreos
FOR THE TOPPING:
2 cups/480 milliliters heavy whipping cream
2 tablespoons granulated sugar
Pinch of salt
5 chocolate sandwich cookies (57 grams), such as Oreos
The story goes that Pavlova, a dessert which both Australia and New Zealand lay claim to, is named after the prima ballerina Anna Pavlova, who performed in both countries in the 1920s. Ms. Pavlova’s tutu, billowing round with layers of lace, is the inspiration for the creamy meringue dessert. This simple version combines a crackled, speckled meringue disk — crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside — and a swoopy crown of salted whipped cream. Fans of the marshmallows in Lucky Charms cereal will delight in this four-ingredient Pavlova, whose flavor is reminiscent of those hearts, stars and horseshoes. Here, the “cookies” in cookies-and-cream are, as ever, Oreos, which lend that dreamy teeter-totter of milky white and bittersweet black.