Pavlova, The Typical Australian Dessert
Starting from children to adults would like the dessert. Each country must have its own distinctive desserts, including Australia. Pavlova is an Australian dessert that could be your next culinary reference. Pavlova is a meringue based dessert given the name by Russian ballerina, Anna Pavlova. This dessert is a meringue cake with a crunchy crust and soft, on top of it, usually doused with fruit and whipped cream. This dessert was created in honor of a dancer starting in 1920.
This dessert is often served during celebrations and holidays, one of which is to enliven the Christmas celebration. These are the desserts, most identified with summer time, but are commonly eaten throughout the year in many Australian and New Zealand homes.
Pavlova is made by whisking egg whites until the consistency is very stiff before being added with caster sugar, white vinegar or other acidic ingredients (egg cream of tartar or lemon juice), corn flour, and sometimes vanilla essence.
Pavlova has a crisp outer cake, as well as moist and soft on the inside. Pavlova is traditionally decorated with whipped cream toppings and fresh soft fruits such as kiwi fruit, passion fruit, and strawberries. Pavlova can be made several days before it is served, but it should be stored in a cool dry place and in an airtight container. Air humidity can affect the texture of Pavlova.
This is a dessert to try when visiting Australia. And even you can make your own at home for a snack with family, treat for guests, or for delivery.