Simple Meringue

Makes 20 meringues. For this you will need:

Preheat your oven to 150 degrees celsius (adjust for fan-assisted ovens – check your manufacturers instructions). Crack an egg into a bowl and use the Eggman to separate the yolk from the white. Place the yolk into another bowl/container for use later (see our Egg Yolk Recipes). Repeat for the other 5 eggs until you have a bowlful of egg whites.

Whisk the egg whites until you get soft peaks. Now add a third of the sugar (4 ounces / 115 g) and whisk some more. Add another third of the sugar (4 ounces / 115 g), whisking well until you are left with stiff peaks (you should be able to turn the bowl upside down without anything falling out!). Next, using a metal spoon, fold in the rest of the sugar.

Prepare two baking trays lined with non-stick paper and spoon out 20 portions of the mixture. Bake for 15 minutes and then turn the heat down to 110 degrees celsius and bake for between 2 and 3 hours. If they’re crisp and dry, they’re done!

Goes well with strawberries and clotted cream! Delicious!



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  2. Andrielly says:

    Adorable! Almost makes me want to reconsider egg salad. I'd prtety much add tuna or chicken to either one of those recipes and call it delicious though.You guys are really coming into your own with these videos. Each week is better and better.

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