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Yet another amazing recipe by Chef John! Instead of making one large Pavlova, I used an ice cream scoop and made individual little rounds. The recipe yielded about 18 by using the scoop. After I scooped them onto the parchment lined baking sheets, I turned the scoop over and made a little well for the berries to sit in. I also sliced my strawberries because they were HUGE and leaving them whole wasn't an option. Other than that I made as is. Delicious and perfect for summer time. My kids were surprised and excited to discover the marshmallow texture inside. I highly recommend this recipe, so simple and pretty. Would be great for a luncheon or entertaining.
Made this tonight with no modifications and it turned out great. I've never had pavlova before, and found it to be a perfect warm weather dessert. The video was extremely helpful with getting the consistency of the egg white mixture just right. I topped it with the whipped cream in this recipe and sliced strawberries (so as to get a small, hassle-free piece of strawberry in every bite :) ). Made this for 2 people, and we demolished all but 1/6 of it.
Fantastic dessert! It's like nothing I've tasted before. Be sure to wait a full hour for this to cool - I got anxious and rushed this part; I think my Pavlova would have been a tad taller had I waited the full cooling time. The cream also ended up melting some and so berries weren't stable... Also, if you watch the video, beating the whites by hand is noble but unless you want to spend about 45 minutes doing it, use a mixer!!!!
Followed recipe and it came out fantastic. Video was very helpful and also pretty funny. I didn't crack the surface-- didn't see the need for that. Instead of dotting the top with berries I macerated some strawberries & raspberries in sugar and then reduced the juice down to a syrup and grated a little lime zest into it. Once syrup cooled I poured it over pavlova & whipped cream.
This recipe is perfect. I wanted to make this dairy-free so I whipped up some coconut cream with 1tsp vanilla and a bit of powdered sugar instead of using regular whipped cream. It was delicious! Better than dairy whipped cream in my opinion. The coconut flavor combined with the meringue and fruit made this dessert so yummy and refreshing.
This made a delicious pavlova. The recipe was very easy to follow (the video was quite helpful). I did not put any sugar in the whipped cream as I felt the meringue was quite sweet. I also added some lemon curd between the meringue and the whipped cream. It added a lovely tart contrast to the sweet meringue. We will definitely be making this again.