11/16/2008

Merengón.

Merengón.
I love this dessert is easy to make and so delicious, I decorated this with caramel to add crunch to the soft texture of the Merengón.




Ingredients.
1 can evaporate milk.
1 can sweetened condensed milk.
1 tablespoon custard powder. (Or corn starch).
½ teaspoon vanilla extract.
4 egg yolks.

For the meringue.

3 egg whites
1 cup white sugar.
½ cup water.
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice.

For the custard.

1- Mix all the ingredients and cook over medium low heat until it is think.
For the Meringue.
1- Put sugar and water in a saucepan and let boil until it boils and bubbles become slow.
2- Meanwhile whisk the egg whites until stiff pick.
3- Then whisk while adding the sugar syrup gradually, whisk until it is cold.

Assembly.

Pour the custard in the glasses or cups top with the meringue, refrigerate then decorate with powder cinnamon or caramel

7 comments:

Audax Artifex said...

Lovely dessert and the glasses look fabulous. I bet this would be excellent for dinner parties.

It is I love this dessert it is easy to make ....I decorated it with caramel...
It is 1 can evaporated milk
It is ...medium heat until it is thick
It is Place sugar and water in a saucepan and heat until the mixture boils, continue boiling until the mixture is thick and the bubbles roll over slowly in the syrup.
It is Meanwhile whisk the egg whites until stiff peaks
It is Continue whisking while adding the sugar syrup gradually, continue whisking until meringue is cold
It is Pour the custard in the glasses or cups; top with the meringue, refrigerate; then decorate with powdered cinnamon or caramel.

Cooking and the City said...

Looks delicious Faery! lovely presentation :-)

Swati said...

Beautiful Dessert!!

Chloe Patricia said...

Faery - So gorgeous and it's ideal for entertaining that they can be made in advance and kept in the fridge until pudding time Chloe Patricia

Donna said...

OMG!!!! This looks Wonderful!!! I WANT Some!!Hahaa...Happy cooking sweetie!!hughugs

Rosie said...

Oh my what a gorgeous dessert and presented so well in those fabulous glasses!

Rosie x

Anonymous said...

Don't say custard powder, just corn starch!