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Marengit © Hanna Stolt


I just made my first successful batch of meringue! I can’t believe how easy it was after so many no-so-successful attempts. I made some crema catalana earlier and was left with 4 egg whites so I decided to give this recipe a go. I’m now very thankful I did! (I’ll be posting the crema catalana with licorice a little later on, it was yummy too). I found the original recipe in a Finnish blog called Punavuori Gourmet. Punavuori is a part of town in Helsinki, Finland :) I changed the original amounts a tiny bit but the recipe’s really not all that long.

ca. 50 meringues

  • 4 egg whites
  • 2,5 dl fine granulated sugar

Whip the egg whites in a mixer so that you’ll have the time and energy to whip it into a really thick and shiny white foam. Add the sugar little by little. Then you can just use e.g. a spoon to make small round “meringue kisses” on the oven plate. Bake in 120°C for approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes. The meringues should be dry and light when they’re done.

Kovaa ja kiiltävää vaahtoa sen olla pitää © Hanna Stolt

Whip the egg whites and sugar so until it forms a very thick and shiny foam

Puristetaan haluttuun malliin pellille ja uuniin.. © Hanna Stolt

In the oven they go!

Valmiit marengit © Hanna Stolt

Meringues all ready to be eaten :)

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  1. February 15, 2012 at 5:33 PM

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