Baskets with Strawberry Cream Marshmallow Recipe
Today we have wonderful vanilla baskets with strawberry jam and delicate strawberry cream for tea. Dedicated to lovers of strawberries and sweets))
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  1. So, first soak the agar-agar in cold water. If there is no agar, use gelatin.
  2. And we will prepare the dough. To do this, mix the yolk with powdered sugar, vanilla seeds and softened butter.
  3. Add nuts and flour…
  4. … and knead the dough.
  5. Next, you need to distribute it into molds. It all depends on your preferences and the filling you will use (more on this later). I baked baskets of very thick, painfully delicious dough)) I just divided it into parts and distributed it by hand into molds (I got 5 pieces out of half of the specified norm of products). You can roll out the dough, cut out circles and also spread out into shapes. Now you need to put the dough in the refrigerator, let it cool down a little, and at this time preheat the oven to 200 degrees.
  6. When the oven warms up, put the basket to bake for 12 minutes, +/-, depending on the thickness. It took me 15-16 minutes.
  7. While the baskets are baking and cooling, we will prepare the cream. To do this, take 200 g of jam – I took strawberry jam, but in fact it can be anything – and rub through a sieve or punch with a blender to obtain a more homogeneous structure of the cream.
  8. Now combine the proteins, sugar and warm jam and start whipping at high speeds – this is how it looks at first…
  9. … but pretty soon the mass will begin to lighten and thicken. Whisk until smooth.
  10. Now bring the soaked agar-agar to a boil and gently add it to the cream, continuing to whisk. Here is such a fragrant, airy and at the same time dense mass is obtained. A little bit about the amount of cream: I made half a portion of the base and cream, the baskets turned out to be lush, it can be seen in the photo, there was not much cream. And I have almost half of it left. So it all depends on the shape, keep that in mind)
  11. Start collecting baskets. For the filling, you can use fresh or canned berries or, like me, just the same jam. Remember when I said I’d tell you about the stuffing later? That’s exactly what it was) And what I get is up to thickness. A lot of dough was suitable for jam filling, but for berries you can make baskets and thinner.
  12. Gently spread cream on top of the filling.
  13. And we get this kind of beauty) You can invite your family or friends to tea!
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