Meringue cream souffle and pastries
Be very careful with today’s dessert, which, like many others, can be considered a sin. What if I told you that meringue, ice cream, pastries and biscuits can be combined in the same dessert? Well, that comes true with this delicious meringue souffle and cream.
Both the meringue and the confectionery cream, you will have to be careful to find the links to the recipes I have already published. They will be in the ingredients section as well as in the preparation section. Then I will limit myself to an explanation of the simple assembly of the dessert. And yes, I said simply because there are absolutely no complications. If this is the case, the most difficult thing will be to toast the meringue at the end, for which you will need a kitchen torch like the one you can see by clicking on the Tescoma photo you have below this text.
Ingredients for 4 people
First of all, we will prepare the confectionery cream, whose recipe you can see CLICK HERE. Once we are done, we will remove it to a source where we will leave it to cool.
When the cream cools, we will start making meringues, whose recipe you can see CLICK HERE.
Once we have prepared both things, we will proceed to assembling the souffle. We will first crush the cookies until they become powdery and we will have a few cups or cups to make the dessert. Put a thin layer of biscuit powder, a few tablespoons of custard, a generous ball of vanilla ice cream on top and sprinkle more cookies on the ice cream.
Then fill a pastry bag with the meringue and fill the missing hole in the cup and make a pompadour.
Finally, lightly toast the meringue with a blowtorch and that’s it.
And that’s it, friends, today we finished our delicious dessert. A meringue souffle and cream it will take away your sense of how rich he is. Only for today we will return tomorrow with a new and delicious recipe here at Cocina Familiar.
Now is your time.
David from 55000 Recipes