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Pavlova tips for success!
Pavlova tips for success!
Pavlova tips for success!
Pavlova tips for success!
Pavlova tips for success!
Pavlova tips for success!
Pavlova tips for success!
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Pavlova tips for success!

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Common tips for making your Pavlova a success.

Common tips for making your Pavlova a success.

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  • 1. TIPS FOR SUCCESS! Improve your chances of creating a Pavlova masterpiece!
  • 2. DE-GREASE EQUIPMENT  For egg whites to reach their optimal volume, make sure there is NO grease in your mixing bowl or on your beaters.  Use “Dawn” liquid detergent on all equipment if you are unsure Source: http://mossymossy.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/DSC_2322.jpg
  • 3. KEEP OUT THE FAT!  For the same reason, make sure there is NO egg yolk in your egg whites.  Use an egg strainer if you are unsure Source: http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51mm8h17TbL.jpg
  • 4. LET THE EGGS WARM UP  Room temperature egg whites have a higher, fluffier volume.  When cold, separate the egg whites / yolks  Allow the egg whites to warm up to room temperature Source: http://www.amymalone.com/images/new_images/Meringue_on_Beater.jpg
  • 5. GIVE SUGAR TIME TO DISSOLVE!  Gradually add the sugar to the egg whites. If your mixture is still grainy KEEP WHISKING! Sugar that is not dissolved will cause "weeping" or moisture to form on your Pavlova base. Source: http://0.tqn.com/d/lowfatcooking/1/0/q/6/Pavlova4.5.jpg
  • 6. GIVE PAVLOVA TIME!  Your Pavlova mixture is ready when it has tripled in volume and can stand up after the beaters have been removed. Source: http://cdn.norecipes.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2012/06/perfect-pavlova-3-540x360.jpg
  • 7. COOL COMPLETELY!  Allow the Pavlova to completely cool (up to 6 hours) in the oven with the door closed. If a Pavlova cools too quickly it may crack and collapse.

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