Pavlova ir viens no maniem iecienītākajiem saldajiem ēdieniem. Bet lieta tāda, ka nekad iepriekš nebiju mēģinājusi to pagatavot, jo "tas ir tik grūti!" Tieši tā, visi mani centās pārliecināt, ka pagatavot pavlovu ir gandrīz neiespējami. Tad aizdomājos, kad grūtības pakāpe ir mani atturējusi no iekārotā piepildīšanas? Tieši tā, gandrīz nekad. Un ziniet? Pavlovas ir ellīšķīgi viegli pagatvojams saldais ēdiens, bet laikietilpīgs gan. Ar draudzeni tās gatavojām gandrīz trīs stundas, iekļaujot sagatavošanos, cepšanu, garnēšanu un ākstīšanos. Jā, mēs bijām lēnas kā gliemeži, jums tas noteikti izdosies ātrāk un jūs nesagaidīsiet nakti. Tāpēc arī gala rezultāts ir bildēts istabas tumsā, kas man kā dabīgās gaismas cienītājai ir īstas mokas. Vairāk par galarezultātu - mēs pievienojām saputotu saldo krējumu bez cukura, svaigu mango purē un granatābola sēklas. Pavlovas bija svaigas, kraukšķīgas, mīkstas - viss, ko varat iedomāties!

Pavlova has been one of my all time favorite desserts. But the thing is, I have never before made one myself and the one main reason was - "it so hard to make!" Yes, people kept telling me that it is almost impossible to make. Then I thought, when has a degree of difficulty ever stopped me from doing what I like? That's right, never. And you know? It turns out pavlova is a quite easy dessert to make, although very time consuming. It took me and my friend to make pavlovas around three hours including preparing, cooking, garnishing and goofing time. I have to admit, we were slow as hell. We were so slow  that the night came and I had to take the end result photos in the room light. Those interested in photography will know - it is a nightmare. About the end result - pavlovas were divine! We added whipped cream without sugar, fresh mango puree and pomegranate seeds on top. They were fresh, crispy, soft - everything you can imagine. 



Nepieciešams:
3 olu baltumi istabas temperatūrā
160 grami pūdercukura
nedaudz sāls
1 tjk kartupeļu cietes
1 tjk vaniļas ekstrakta
1 granātābols dekorēšanai
1 mango
250 ml saldā krējuma

1. Uzkarsē krāsni līdz 140 grādiem un cepešpannu izklāj ar cepamo papīru vai silikonu.
2. Sakuļ olas baltumus līdz stingrām putām, tad, turpinot kulšanas procesu, pievieno sāli, pa vienai karotei pievieno pūdercukuru. Tad turpina kult aptuveni 10 minūtes un beigās pievieno kartupeļu cieti un vaniļas ekstraktu.
3. Ar divu karošu palīdzību, uz pannas veido pavlovas formas.
4. Cep stundu, tad izslēdz krāsni un nedaudz atver krāsns durtiņas, lai iekšā var iekļūt vēsais gaiss. Aptuveni pēc 15 minūtēm pavlovas var ņemt ārā. 
5. Attīra granātābolu, uztaisa mango purē un sakuļ saldo krējumu. To visu var darīt arī kamēr pavlovas ir krāsnī. 
6. Pavlovas garnē ar saldo krējumu, mango un granātābolu sēklām. Pasniedz. 

You will need:
3 large egg whites –  at room temperature
160 g cups of caster sugar
A pinch of fine salt
1 t cornflour
1 t vanilla extract
1 pomegranate, seeds only to serve
1 mango
250ml cream to whip

1. Preheat the oven to 140° C and line a baking tray with a silicone sheet or baking paper.
2. Using an electric mixer, whisk the eggs white until firm peaks. Keep the whisk running and the salt and slowly add the sugar, one tablespoon at a time. Keep whisking for 10 – 12 minutes on medium high speed. Add the cornflour and vanilla at the end and mix through briefly.
3.Using two spoons, scoop out dollops of the mixture and shape into rounds on the baking paper to create swirls.
4.Bake for 1 hour, then switch off the oven. Leave the pavlovas in the oven with the door slightly ajar for 15 minutes.
5. Clean the pomegranate, make a mango puree and whip cream. You can do that while pavlovas are in the oven.
6. Top pavlovas with whipped cream, mango puree and pomegranates. Serve!

Pavlova ir viens no maniem iecienītākajiem saldajiem ēdieniem. Bet lieta tāda, ka nekad iepriekš nebiju mēģinājusi to pagatavot, jo "tas ir tik grūti!" Tieši tā, visi mani centās pārliecināt, ka pagatavot pavlovu ir gandrīz neiespējami. Tad aizdomājos, kad grūtības pakāpe ir mani atturējusi no iekārotā piepildīšanas? Tieši tā, gandrīz nekad. Un ziniet? Pavlovas ir ellīšķīgi viegli pagatvojams saldais ēdiens, bet laikietilpīgs gan. Ar draudzeni tās gatavojām gandrīz trīs stundas, iekļaujot sagatavošanos, cepšanu, garnēšanu un ākstīšanos. Jā, mēs bijām lēnas kā gliemeži, jums tas noteikti izdosies ātrāk un jūs nesagaidīsiet nakti. Tāpēc arī gala rezultāts ir bildēts istabas tumsā, kas man kā dabīgās gaismas cienītājai ir īstas mokas. Vairāk par galarezultātu - mēs pievienojām saputotu saldo krējumu bez cukura, svaigu mango purē un granatābola sēklas. Pavlovas bija svaigas, kraukšķīgas, mīkstas - viss, ko varat iedomāties!

Pavlova has been one of my all time favorite desserts. But the thing is, I have never before made one myself and the one main reason was - "it so hard to make!" Yes, people kept telling me that it is almost impossible to make. Then I thought, when has a degree of difficulty ever stopped me from doing what I like? That's right, never. And you know? It turns out pavlova is a quite easy dessert to make, although very time consuming. It took me and my friend to make pavlovas around three hours including preparing, cooking, garnishing and goofing time. I have to admit, we were slow as hell. We were so slow  that the night came and I had to take the end result photos in the room light. Those interested in photography will know - it is a nightmare. About the end result - pavlovas were divine! We added whipped cream without sugar, fresh mango puree and pomegranate seeds on top. They were fresh, crispy, soft - everything you can imagine. 



Nepieciešams:
3 olu baltumi istabas temperatūrā
160 grami pūdercukura
nedaudz sāls
1 tjk kartupeļu cietes
1 tjk vaniļas ekstrakta
1 granātābols dekorēšanai
1 mango
250 ml saldā krējuma

1. Uzkarsē krāsni līdz 140 grādiem un cepešpannu izklāj ar cepamo papīru vai silikonu.
2. Sakuļ olas baltumus līdz stingrām putām, tad, turpinot kulšanas procesu, pievieno sāli, pa vienai karotei pievieno pūdercukuru. Tad turpina kult aptuveni 10 minūtes un beigās pievieno kartupeļu cieti un vaniļas ekstraktu.
3. Ar divu karošu palīdzību, uz pannas veido pavlovas formas.
4. Cep stundu, tad izslēdz krāsni un nedaudz atver krāsns durtiņas, lai iekšā var iekļūt vēsais gaiss. Aptuveni pēc 15 minūtēm pavlovas var ņemt ārā. 
5. Attīra granātābolu, uztaisa mango purē un sakuļ saldo krējumu. To visu var darīt arī kamēr pavlovas ir krāsnī. 
6. Pavlovas garnē ar saldo krējumu, mango un granātābolu sēklām. Pasniedz. 

You will need:
3 large egg whites –  at room temperature
160 g cups of caster sugar
A pinch of fine salt
1 t cornflour
1 t vanilla extract
1 pomegranate, seeds only to serve
1 mango
250ml cream to whip

1. Preheat the oven to 140° C and line a baking tray with a silicone sheet or baking paper.
2. Using an electric mixer, whisk the eggs white until firm peaks. Keep the whisk running and the salt and slowly add the sugar, one tablespoon at a time. Keep whisking for 10 – 12 minutes on medium high speed. Add the cornflour and vanilla at the end and mix through briefly.
3.Using two spoons, scoop out dollops of the mixture and shape into rounds on the baking paper to create swirls.
4.Bake for 1 hour, then switch off the oven. Leave the pavlovas in the oven with the door slightly ajar for 15 minutes.
5. Clean the pomegranate, make a mango puree and whip cream. You can do that while pavlovas are in the oven.
6. Top pavlovas with whipped cream, mango puree and pomegranates. Serve!

10 comments

  1. Ahh I love pavlova!! The texture is so fun to eat and combined with mango & pomegranate, two of my favorite fruits!? Hesitant to try it myself though as my electric mixer is a bit slow. Maybe I will convince my more experienced baker friend to try it haha. Thank you for sharing!

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  2. I'm drooling.... yum! I agree with zozo about the texture, it is very nice with fruits too! :)

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  3. mmmmm looks amazing♥ too hard to make though. but perfect pairing of whippy + mango + pomegranete

    xoxo hobovogue.com ღ

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  4. Looks so delicious!!
    xoxo

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  5. That looks sooooo tasty!!!!! yummi! :)
    Love, Lea <3

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  6. i am in love with pavlova but i haven't tried it with pomegranates yet! thanks for the world's BEST idea :)

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  7. Those are quite gorgeous. I'm afraid I don't have enough patience to make food that lovely. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. I love mango's smell :))
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