Kiwi & Nectarine Pavlova
1 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream (8.5 fl oz / 251 ml) 4 Egg Whites 1 Cup Superfine Sugar 1/2 Tbsp Sugar 1/2 Tbsp Corn Starch or Corn Flour 1/2 Tsp Cream of Tartar 1 Tsp White Wine Vinegar 1/2 Tsp Vanilla Extract 1/2 Tsp Vanilla Extract Nectarine Kiwi Preparations: 1- Draw circles (8 inch) on parchment paper, using a plate or bowl. 2- Slice the nectarine and kiwi as preferred. Directions: 1- Beat the egg whites until stiff. 2- Add cream of tartar, while whisking. 3- Gradually whisk in superfine sugar. 4- Fold/stir in corn starch (or corn flour), vanilla extract, and white wine vinegar to the mixture. 5- Place the parchment paper on a cookie sheet pan. (turn the paper over so the circles are on the reverse side). 6- Transfer half of the mixture onto the parchment paper (within the circles). 7- Using a spatula, Smooth out the mixture. 8- Preheat oven to 300º F (149º C), lower the heat down to 250º F (121º C), bake for 75 minutes or until the outer shell becomes crisp but the inner part resembles marshmallow. CREAM: 9- Combine heavy whipping cream, 1/2 tbsp sugar, and vanilla extract in a large bowl, and whisk until creamy. 10- Place meringue on a plate. 11- Cover with a layer of cream. 12- Lay fruit slices on top. 13- Place the second meringue disk over the fruits. 14- Cover with another layer of cream and fruits.
PAVLOVA CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Pavlova was created in New Zealand in 1926. It's a meringue based dessert with fruit topping. Most commonly used fruits in pavlova are berries specially strawberries but it can be made with almost any edible fruit. Although less than a can of coke, pavlova is high in sugar. One serving (3.5 oz / 100g) has about 27.3g sugars. One can of coke can have about 35g of sugars. Having a small slice would make the coffee or tea more pleasant but don't indulge. One serving of pavlova has 226 calories (104 calories form fat), 11.6g total fat (7.1g saturated fat), 42mg cholesterol, 28mg sodium, 143mg potassium, 29.8g total carbohydrates (0.6g dietary fiber, 27.3g sugars), and 2.7g protein. Pavlova contains 10 percent vitamin A, 16 percent vitamin C, and 3 percent calcium.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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