I really love Pavlova a lot, and for a change I cooked the Thermomix Pavlova Recipe but made lots of mini pavlova instead of a big one.
Mini pavlova are perfect fot a special dinner or for a buffet.
Just as big as a mouthful...
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Ingredients- The white of 3 eggs
- 250 gr Caster Sugar
- 1 Teaspoon of Vinegar
- 1 Teaspoon of cornflour
- 1 Pinch of salt
- Whipped cream, sweetened according to taste
- Seasonal fresh fruit, as much as you like (preferably Kiwi, Strawberries or Fruits of the forest)
Let's make our PavlovaPlace the butterfly in the mixing bowl.
Pour the egg whites and a pinch of salt. 7 Min. 40° Speed 3.
After 3 Min. add the sugar, little by little.
At the end, pour the vinegar and the cornflour in the bowl. Mix with Speed set on 2.
Turn on the oven at 200°.
Cover a confectionery plate with baking paper and grease it with some form oil or butter.
You can bake a classic pavlova by placing the meringue so as to have a circle 5 or 6 cm high. Its surface has to be quite uniform but not smooth.
Or you prepare little meringues. You can give the shape you prefer!
Place the Pavlova in the pre-heated oven, close the door and turn off the oven. Leave the cake in the closed, turned-off oven for 50 Min.
Afterwards, remove the Pavlova from the oven and leave it to cool.
Whip the cream.
Delicately place the meringue on a platter, spread plenty of cream on it and decorate with the fruit that you prefer.
Wait one or two hours before serving.
My adviceAs an alternative to whipped cream, you can make chantilly cream, by mixing whipped cream and custard in same quantities.
To whip-up the egg whites to perfection, have a look at this post on whipping egg-whites into stiff peaks.
To lay the meringue on the baking paper you can easily use a pastry bag!
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