Well here we are again for the most delicious and lovely Picnic invited from Louise of Months of Edible Celebrations .
All years Louise hostess The picnic game with the final round up on 1st July.
So Im going on a picnic and Im bringing Meringue roll with raspberries
AAngel food Cake
B Basil leaves in caramelized prawns
C Chicken piccata
E Eccles cake vegan savory
G Gluten free and eggless chocolate steamed
H Ham cheese patties
I Italian frittata with vegetables
K Kahlua zucchini chocolate chunk bread
M Meringue roulade with raspberries
N Nutella rice pudding
QQuinoa blueberry mango salad
R Raspeberry and fig cobbler
T Two ingredients Ice cream bread
W Watermelon salad
Y Yellow squash crustless quiche
6 egg whites
pinch of salt
2 cups of caster sugar
2 talespoons of cornflour
1 tablespoon of vinegar
2 cups of whipped cream
1/2 cup of icing sugar
3 cups of raspberries
Set the oven to 170°c
Line a 23 x 30 cm a tray with greased or silicone paper
paint lightly with sunflower oil.
Whisk the egg whites with pinch of salt until they stand in floppy peaks. Beat in half of the sugar and carefully fold in
the remaining sugar cornflour and vinegar.
Spread the meringue over the prepared tin with a palette knife.
Bake in the centre of the oven for 15 minutes or until just
beginning to colour on top and then cool in the tin for 10 minutes.
Put a teacloth on to the work surface and cover with a sheet of non stick paper and sprinkle with caster sugar.
To finish carefully peel off the lining paper from the meringue.
To make the filling whisk the cream until very thickened and then add the sugar and continue whisk until stiff.
Spread the cream over the two thirds of the roulade and sprinkle with the raspberries (save someones for garnish)
Careful roll de roulade turning the long side .
Using a palette knife to help put in a large dish.
Cover with the cream and garnish with raspberries.
You can sprinkle some icing sugar over the roulade.
Keep refrigerate before to serve (about 1 hour)
print recipe here
Rollo de merengue con frambuesas
Todos los años (hace unos 6 años) Louise de Months of Edible celebrations (un entretenido blog) nos invita a un picnic virtual, lo bueno es que aunque estemos en invierno aquí yo igual puedo ir:)
Es lo más entretenido con deliciosas recetas y es un picnic internacional, es una de los eventos que encuentro más entretenidos.
Esta basado en un juego que dice, me invitaron a un picnic y llevo en mi caso Meringue roulade... porque es con las letras del abecedario.
Para este picnic hice un rollo de merengue con frambuesas que puede ser para postre o para la hora del té.
6 claras de huevo
pizca de sal
2 cucharadas de maicena
2 tazas de azucar impalpable
1 cucharada de vinagre
2 tazas de crema batida
1/2 taza de azúcar flor
3 tazas de frambuesas frescas o congeladas
En un bol muy limpio batir las claras hasta que esten espumosas De a poco
añadir el azúcar por cucharadas siempre batiendo.
Batir bien hasta que el merengue esté firme y brillante luego agregar la maicena y el vinagre hasta incorporar bien.
Precalentar el horno a 160° (más bien bajo)
Forrar una bandeja rectangular con papel mantequilla ya enmantequillado y espolvorear con azucar en polvo.
Verter al molde la preparación de merengue y emparejar con una espátula la superficie (como un btazo de reina)
Llevar a horno a temperatura media-baja por unos 15 minutos o hasta que el merengue se dore ligeramente.
Una vez listo retirar del horno y dar vuelta sobre un papel de mantequilla espolvoreado con azucar en polvo.
Dejar enfriar un poco antes de despegar del papel.
Para despegar se puede humedecer el papel cuesta menos retirarlo.
Aparte en un bol batir la la crema hasta que este firme y agregar el azúcar. Rellenar el merengue con crema esparcir con cuidado y sobre esta frambuesas las que se quieran.
Reservar algunas para decorar.
Enrollar de a poco el merengue como un brazo de reina.
Cubrir con un poco de crema y algunas frambuesas.
Si se desea se puede espolvorear azucar en polvo al final
Refrigerar por lo menos una hora antes de partir.
That looks gorgeous. What a great idea my friend! xoxoReplyDelete
che meraviglia golosaaaaaaaaaa! baciReplyDelete
Yum! 2nd...oh dear!ReplyDelete
3rd! I'm at the grocery. Ha.Delete
Oh dear :) You can make with strawberrie stoo or any fruits you like!Delete
I was having trouble commenting on my phone...it was so small and I wasn't signed into google. haha.Delete
Your meringue looks really good...light and fruity! I've never made one! Kind of like Pavlova, right?
Sometimes happens with my phone.For this I see usually the pics later:)Delete
Yes when I was seen in google I find they call roll-pavlova or roulade.
But this meringue is more soft than the pavlovas (so you can roll)
Yummy scrummy, yummy scrummy!!!!! xxReplyDelete
Thanks Amy, if you think look like Eton mess, but not mess haha!Delete
(Eton mess is one of my favorites desserts)
I can imagine the melting taste of this. So yummy looking. Love MerringueReplyDelete
Your photographs are achieving my sweet tooth :)ReplyDelete
Gloria, This is a new dessert for us, that's for sure! Looks good! Thanks for the recipe... Take Care, Big Daddy DaveReplyDelete
Thanks David:) Take care!Delete
Looks so fresh and summery!ReplyDelete
Those berries look especially tasty!ReplyDelete
Caspita che meraviglia, adoro la meringa e questo dolce è divino!!ReplyDelete
Grazie Giuliana adoro la meringa :)Delete
questo rotolo dolce è davvero fantastico, goloso e di grande effetto. un bacio, buona serataReplyDelete
Grazie Fede un abbraccio !Delete
this looks sooo good.ReplyDelete
Yay - more raspberries! Looks so fluffy and delicious. Have a good picnic!ReplyDelete
Thanks Suza yes sometimes maybe so much berries lolDelete
I love them! And change every recipe and are something special I think:)
Este es uno de mis pendientes querida Gloria, se lo había visto el año pasado a Kako y ahora lo traes tu, así que ya no me puedo seguir haciendo la lesa, tengo que hacerlo. Un beso grandeReplyDelete
Hola Pame en serio lo hizo la Kako voy a ver su receta te prometo que no me acuerdo!Delete
Yo tenía que hacer la letra M (y aún tengo otra letra) y se me vino a la mente merengue por eso me encantó.
Much0os besos amiga!
Now that looks divine!!!
You have persuaded me - next year I shall grow raspberries in my back garden.
Hugs ~ Eddie
sounds light and of course i love the inclusion of fruit...ReplyDelete
nice summery dessert gloria....
Thanks Brian yes a little summer in our winter!Delete
Nunca lo he hecho amiga, y mira que me gusta... el tuyo debe saber a Gloria bendita ;)ReplyDelete
Nathy cuando lo hagas te encantará además es muy liaviano.Delete
I love the picnic game! This meringue roulade looks delicious!ReplyDelete
Thanks Ros I love too!Delete
un gâteau parfait j'adoreReplyDelete
E' un dolce golosissimooooo!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
Yummy! It looks like I'd probably eat the whole thing, though...ReplyDelete
Heaven! I'm in heaven, Gloria!!! To think I will be able to throw my blanket down right next to you at the picnic and feast on such deliciousness!!! Can you believe it has been one year since our last picnic Gloria???ReplyDelete
Oh where oh where does the time go? I can't wait to catch up and stuff our faces with all the picnic basket goodies we have this year. it is going to be insanely delicious and soooo much FUN!!!
thank you, thank you, Gloria. "See" you at the picnic!
Thanks Louise Im happy you like it:)Delete
Im sure we will have amazing and delicious food in the picnic!
I'm pretty sure I could eat that whole thing by myself :) It sounds and looks so yummy!ReplyDelete
Ha! You make me laugh:)
As always.....indescribably delicious!ReplyDelete
What a spectacular dessert! I hope to make it this summer :)ReplyDelete
Aww thanks Lizzy always touched me when you love something hereDelete
Because you are an amazing cook:))
Some berries for me and no number one for poor BetsyReplyDelete
Yes berries for youDelete
And Betsy was busy!
This looks amazing. I would love to go to your picnic so that I could have a slice.ReplyDelete
Aww thanks Dawn!ReplyDelete
What a perfect looking dessert Gloria! I have never seen such a well made roulade. It looks delicious! Love you! xxooReplyDelete
Thanks dear Marie love you too xoxoDelete
Ottimo, complimenti! Non rifiuterei una fettina!ReplyDelete
Perfectly made dessert Gloria!ReplyDelete
Meravigliosamente buona, complimenti!ReplyDelete
Goodness, fantastic looking meringue, Gloria. The whole dessert looks spectacular!ReplyDelete
The meringue roulade looks scrumptious, Gloria.ReplyDelete
It looks delicious! Love raspberries and this roulade is really appetizing!ReplyDelete
J'en ai l'eau à la bouche:) Bon mercredi ma belle ;)xxxReplyDelete
Merci beaucoup Lexibule xxDelete
Oh yes, I would love some of this Gloria :)ReplyDelete
This picnic is always fun Gloria! It is fun to see what everyone comes up with.ReplyDelete
Yes Val is one of my favorites event of yhe year!ReplyDelete
This is fun! I will be joining this game too! Love your roulade! I could not think of a better dessert at this time of year. The only thing is it must be seriously addictive. Yum!ReplyDelete
Is fun Alida and is time still if you want join!Delete
Yes id addictive.
I only made a few times!
What a scrumptious dessert! Looks mouthwatering!ReplyDelete
Hi Gloria, This sounds like a very lovely picnic dessert, looks so tempting too!ReplyDelete
So very pretty, Gloria. And I'd love that meringue in there. The picnic game is so much fun!ReplyDelete
Thanks Barbara yes I love The picnic game is the best!!Delete
what a fun dessertReplyDelete
Perfect looking! This splendid roulade must taste really wonderful.ReplyDelete
Hi Gloria, this is tempting and irresistible! Am going to sit next to you and have extra helpings. See you at the picnic and cheers :)ReplyDelete
Hi Ivy! I would happy to sharing with you on the picniv:)Delete
See you there:)
Beautiful and so delicious, Gloria! I love all the variations this could make.ReplyDelete
Yes I was thinking in blackberries!
This looks so light and delicious!ReplyDelete
Este rollo de merengue tiene una pinta deliciosa!! y queda espectacular...BesosReplyDelete
Gracias Rosana es cierto queda muy lindo!Delete
That sounds marvelous!ReplyDelete
You have many yummy recipes here. I dropped by for tea, but I'm staying for the nutella.ReplyDelete
Thanks and welcome to my blog!ReplyDelete
Wow how delicious:)ReplyDelete
This looks so good Gloria ~ Yummy ......~ReplyDelete
Thanks Grace dear!Delete
You always have the best stuff.ReplyDelete
Sure thing. Thank you for sharing so many wonderful dishes.Delete
Gloria, another great recipe..I do like raspberries.ReplyDelete
Lovely rouland, Gloria! It looks amazing! Please save one slice for me, see you at the picnic!ReplyDelete
Thanks Joyce I see you there:)Delete
Que delicia veraniega , ligera y llena de sabor.ReplyDelete
Me encantaría probarlo ahora mismo que estoy tomando un cafecito mientras
leo tu post, Gloria :)
Aww gracias Daniela ojala se pudiera cpmpartir en forma real no solo virtual!ReplyDelete
A beautiful and elegant dessert. It looks delicious! Blessings dear Gloria. CatherineReplyDelete
You always make the most tempting food. Make sure you sit near me at the picnic. I want some.ReplyDelete
Good day Gloria ! Mind if I pack one or two slices of your beautiful meringue home with me? Boy, this looks marvelous. See you at the party dear.ReplyDelete
This is a perfect recipe in my mind--love meringue, and whipped cream and berries--and it is so pretty. I will have to make sure to get to the picnic early to get a piece!ReplyDelete
This looks beautifully soft compared to typical European meringues. Lovely and fluffy!ReplyDelete
J'adore les framboises, aussi, ton gâteau me fait rêver !ReplyDelete
Save a piece for me! Thanks for having me at the picnic.ReplyDelete
Dear Gloria, this is a perfect dessert! I'm sure the raspberries add just the right tang to it.ReplyDelete
(I've made something similar, just by adding some cocoa powder to a recipe very much like yours. Either way, this is a hit!)
Strawberries...and now raspberries - all my favorite summer fruits. I so want to try this one, too. All the things you bake and create look so delicious, Gloria. I love your blog, it makes me want to try out all the fantastic recipes :)ReplyDelete
You are sweet!
The good is the best time to berries:)
Dear Gloria, I am really impressed with your lovely dessert. Your dish is so beautiful but also it must be delicious. A light dish and adding the berries just make it pop! I also have looked through your blog posts and really enjoyed seeing all your goodies. I love tea and I really adore your cover photo with the tea cup. Great job...Have a good day, blessings :) DottieReplyDelete
Thanks so much Dottie!Delete
See you dear!
Hi Gloria , this dish is delicious ... got my dish in hand spot picked out on your blanket and I want a hunk , see you at the picnic :)ReplyDelete
Con frambuesas que ricas.ReplyDelete
This looks absolutely delicious Gloria. I would love a slice.ReplyDelete
Yummy this sounds nice. looks delicious to, thanks for sharing this recipe.ReplyDelete
this was delicious!ReplyDelete
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