Recipe: Appetizing Meringue

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Meringue Meringues This must be the most popular egg-white recipe of all, whipped with fine sugar into tall, stiff shining peaks, then very lightly baked so that the surface is crisp and the centre is soft and chewy. The tricky bit is whisking the egg whites, but the way the meringues are cooked is important, too. Separate the eggs into a clean, large bowl, preferably metal or glass. You can have Meringue using 4 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Meringue

  1. Prepare 3 of blanc d'oeuf.
  2. Prepare 150 g of sucre.
  3. Prepare of Collorant alimentaire bleu.
  4. Prepare of Collorant alimentaire rose.

Gently crack the shell against the. Gently tip the egg whites into a large mixing bowl and use an electric hand whisk to beat the egg whites until they are fluffy and stiff peaks form when the whisk is lifted. Continue beating with the electric whisk and add the caster sugar a tablespoonful at a time. In a large, grease-free mixing bowl, whisk the egg whites to soft peaks.

Meringue instructions

  1. Commencer par battre vos blanc en neige Une fois que la mousse apparaît ajouter au fur et à mesure votre sucre.
  2. Prendre 2 bole Ajouter la moitier de vos blanc en neige dedant et l'autre moitié dans l'autre.
  3. Ajouter vos collorant alimentaire dans chaque bole Remué délicatement pour pas cassez vos blanc.
  4. Prendre une poche à douille Disposer une cuillère de bleu une de rose une de bleu une de rose Ainsi de suite Ensuite créé vos petit montage 🙂 J'ai pris des pique à brochette pour les sucette Cuire 1h30 à 100°.

A meringue's charm is in its quirky peaks so don't worry about being too neat. In its simplest form, meringue is made up of just egg whites and sugar. The ratio of egg white to sugar and how you handle those two ingredients makes all the difference in the outcome. Using Marcus Wareing's "perfect" recipe as my control, I make two batches of meringues. This recipe makes a sensational stiff and glossy meringue that is baked in a tart tin or pie dish to make a base for pavlova.