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Ingredients

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egg white 2 pcs
salt ¼ tsp
sugar 150 g
strawberry 300 g
vanilla pod or vanilla seeds 1/10 tsp
heavy cream 33% 250 g

Nutritional information

cal
207,14
prot
1,74
fat
11,22
cabs
24,40
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Eton mess

Eton mess
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    Ingredients

    This is a traditional English dessert, simple and perfect, like all English dishes and served free-and-easy. As the legend goes, it was first cooked in Eton College for the annual cricket match against Harrow School in 19th century. It is a very light and exquisite dessert perfect for summertime. It may be cooked with any seasonal fruits and berries but the one with strawberries is the classic.


    Julia Nasibulina

    Recipe author

    Lawyer by training. Her main hobby is studying. This devotion makes her to learn new information about culinary world, find something new, modern tastes of different dishes, study under great chefs and develop skills at photography. Julia has a dream to visit The Fat Duck restaurant by famous Heston Blumental. She is married and has two sons. Julia takes part in several social projects.

    Steps

    1
    Done

    Step 1

    Prepare the ingredients. Wash the eggs, separate the whites from the yolks. Wash the strawberries and remove the stems.

    2
    Done

    Step 2

    Whisk the whites with the salt at high speed till stiff. Use clean dry and no-fat bowl and whisks to do this.

    3
    Done

    Step 3

    Set aside 20 g sugar. Add 130 g sugar to the whites gradually, 1 tbsp at a time, whisking till smooth, thick and stable mixture.

    4
    Done

    Step 4

    Preheat the oven to 100°C. Spoon the meringue onto the baking sheet layered with parchment. If you want, pipe some of the meringues for decoration. Dry them in the middle of the oven for 1 hour. Switch off the oven and leave the meringues inside to cool completely.

    5
    Done

    Step 5

    Reserve several strawberries for decoration. Cut the remaining strawberries, add 20 g sugar. Cut the vanilla pod lengthwise, scrape out the seeds and add to the strawberries. Alternatively, use vanilla sugar instead of sugar and vanilla.

    6
    Done

    Step 6

    Whisk the cream before serving. It should hold its shape.

    7
    Done

    Step 7

    Assemble the dessert immediately before serving, alternating the layers of broken meringue, strawberries with the syrup and whipped cream. Decorate to taste.

    8
    Done

    Step 8

    Eton mess is done! Enjoy your meal!

    Tips:

    Add  2 tsp strawberry liqueur to the berries (optional).

    Eton mess

    This is a traditional English dessert, simple and perfect, like all English dishes and served free-and-easy. As the legend goes, it was first cooked in Eton College for the annual cricket match against Harrow School in 19th century. It is a very light and exquisite dessert perfect for summertime. It may be cooked with any seasonal fruits and berries but the one with strawberries is the classic.

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    • Время приготовления: 1 hour 30 mins

    Ингредиенты

    • 2 pcs egg white
    • ¼ tsp salt
    • 150 g sugar
    • 300 g strawberry
    • 1/10 tsp vanilla pod
    • 250 g heavy cream 33%

    Способ приготовления

    • Prepare the ingredients. Wash the eggs, separate the whites from the yolks. Wash the strawberries and remove the stems.

    • Whisk the whites with the salt at high speed till stiff. Use clean dry and no-fat bowl and whisks to do this.

    • Set aside 20 g sugar. Add 130 g sugar to the whites gradually, 1 tbsp at a time, whisking till smooth, thick and stable mixture.

    • Preheat the oven to 100°C. Spoon the meringue onto the baking sheet layered with parchment. If you want, pipe some of the meringues for decoration. Dry them in the middle of the oven for 1 hour. Switch off the oven and leave the meringues inside to cool completely.

    • Reserve several strawberries for decoration. Cut the remaining strawberries, add 20 g sugar. Cut the vanilla pod lengthwise, scrape out the seeds and add to the strawberries. Alternatively, use vanilla sugar instead of sugar and vanilla.

    • Whisk the cream before serving. It should hold its shape.

    • Assemble the dessert immediately before serving, alternating the layers of broken meringue, strawberries with the syrup and whipped cream. Decorate to taste.

    • Eton mess is done! Enjoy your meal!

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