Sunday, October 25, 2009

Pavlova - Recipe @ Home (Part 2)

I'm into making cakes again!! Pavlova again this time! Since I weren't very happy with the previous one I made... cos' I didn't manage to get the *Must Have* ingredient that time, which is Blueberry~♥ Well, I bought it this time, am really please~ *big smile*

I made a smaller portion today due to the lack of ingredients, just too careless. I assumed that there's enough eggs at home while there's only 2! Sheesh... No worries! I'll make a smaller portion! =D


Part A (Meringue)
2 Large egg white
8 Tablespoonfine castor sugar (the finer the better)
1 teaspoon vinegar (may be subtituted with vinegar, lemon
juice, cream of tartar)

Part B (Topping)
100ml Heavy Whipping Cream
2 Teaspoon of granulated white sugar
1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

In the mixer bowl, start of with egg whites and vinegar, make sure bowl is CLEAN greaseless. Beat the whip attachment on medium low speed until it foams up till the meringue holds soft peak. Start adding sugar a tablespoon at a time and continue to beat medium-high speed until the meringue holds very stiff peak. Test whether sugar has dissolved by rubbing between your fingers. It should not feels gritty of sugar.

Gently spread the meringue inside the circle drawn on the parchment paper (baking paper, grease proof paper, or silicon paper) smoothing the edges. It doesn't have to be perfectly neat, but at least a nice flat top or with higher sides (you might want a slight well center to place whipped cream and fruits).

Put the meringue into the oven and drop the temperature to 120 celcius and bake for 1 hour 15 minutes or until outside is dry and takes on very pale cream color. Turn oven off and leave it to cool completely in the oven (about an hour or so).

The cooled meringue can be made and stored in cool dry place or airtight container for a few days.

Just before serving gently place the meringue onto a serving plate. Whip the cream in your electric mixer, with the whisk attachment, until soft peaks form. Sweeten with the sugar and vanilla and then mound the softly whipped cream into the center of the meringue. Arrange the fruit randomly, or in a decorative pattern, on top of the cream. Serve immediately as this dessert does not hold for more than a few hours.

Serves 4 to 6

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  1. wow! nice wo....make yourself ?
    arrr...i want eat ~~~

    treat me!

  2. Pavlova is waiting for me..... when I'm in NZ next year. LoLz.

    Can't eat too much of it. I'm supposed to drastically lose weight when i'm studying over there. XD

  3. J'son : Yeaps! 2nd attempt and it came out really successful! ^^
    waaaa... i seldom cook... and if i cook sure all habis very fast wor... next time you have to make reservation dy. akakaka...

    Tim : high dosage of sugar. u better watch it XD

  4. Sugarhigh = Orang Gila. XD Can't imagine myself running amok in NZ. Lord.....

    I'll buy something for u over there. :P Or you come visit me la. XD

  5. LOL!!! that only happens to me lar... getting gila when consume too much sugar XD

    aisay man... u always say get me sumthing ar.. but till now i havent receive anything wei! sheesh...