Meri-White - 100g

£2.50

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Key Features

  • Egg Substitute
  • Gives a Bright White Result
  • Suitable for Vegetarians

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Meri-White is a powdered egg substitute which is used in the preparation of royal icing, meringues and confectionary. Made with dried albumen it created a bright white result which is what you want for your meringues!

For use in royal icing dissolve 15g of the Meri-White into 75ml of water - gradually add 500g of icing sugar and beat on a low speed for 15 minutes until the icing forms soft peaks.

To make meringues dissolve 20g of Meri-White in 150g of water and whisk on full speed for approximately 2 minuts until stiff. Add 300g of caster sugar gradually and whisk again until stiff.

Meringues: Dissolve 75 g (3 oz) Meri-White into 500ml (1 pint) cold water. Place into a grease-free bowl fitted with a whisk. Whisk on top speed, gradually adding 1 kg (2 lb 8 oz) granulated sugar. Continue to whisk until full peak is obtained. Royal Icin

Suitable for: Vegetarians

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