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Marshmallow "Cherry" Recipe
This is my first experience with marshmallows in particular and agar-agar in General. The result is very much! Is the agar-it's not scary! Marshmallows did on the anniversary of my mother. Guests were delighted! A husband and daughter are waiting for marshmallow, made exclusively for them, that would not share with anyone else!
Cook Time 120 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 120 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. I had a package of frozen pitted cherries weighing 300 grams. Cherry I completely defrosted on a sieve, the liquid glass and left exactly 200 grams of cherry. Fill the cherries with a tablespoon of sugar and put on fire. Bring to a boil and cook for 5 minutes.
    I had a package of frozen pitted cherries weighing 300 grams. Cherry I completely defrosted on a sieve, the liquid glass and left exactly 200 grams of cherry. Fill the cherries with a tablespoon of sugar and put on fire. Bring to a boil and cook for 5 minutes.
  2. Boiled cherries grind into a puree.
    Boiled cherries grind into a puree.
  3. Of the total weight, measure 125 grams of puree and add 125 grams of sugar to it. Cook for 2 minutes and let cool.
    Of the total weight, measure 125 grams of puree and add 125 grams of sugar to it. Cook for 2 minutes and let cool.
  4. Agar-agar fill with water and leave for 10 minutes. Then, on low heat, bring the agar to a boil and add to it 230 grams of sugar. Again bring to a boil and boil for 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove the resulting syrup from the heat.
    Agar-agar fill with water and leave for 10 minutes. Then, on low heat, bring the agar to a boil and add to it 230 grams of sugar. Again bring to a boil and boil for 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove the resulting syrup from the heat.
  5. Then I have everything happened quickly, so a photo made just the one left, right whisking continuously mass. So I apologize for the quality of the photos. In the cooled cherry puree, add half the protein and beat the mass until light and increase it in volume (1-2 minutes).
    Then I have everything happened quickly, so a photo made just the one left, right whisking continuously mass. So I apologize for the quality of the photos. In the cooled cherry puree, add half the protein and beat the mass until light and increase it in volume (1-2 minutes).
  6. Continuing to whisk, add the second half of the protein. The mass will turn white noticeably and even increase in volume. Without stopping whipping, pour a thin stream of hot syrup with agar.
    Continuing to whisk, add the second half of the protein. The mass will turn white noticeably and even increase in volume. Without stopping whipping, pour a thin stream of hot syrup with agar.
  7. Recommends whipping to t 38-40 degrees. I'm a little this process delayed me, the thermometer showed 36 degrees.
    Recommends whipping to t 38-40 degrees. I'm a little this process delayed me, the thermometer showed 36 degrees.
  8. Marshmallow mass using a pastry bag is deposited on a sheet of baking paper and leave for a day in a well-ventilated area. My husband could not resist-after about 6 hours marshmallow ate! The form of marshmallows holding up nicely!
    Marshmallow mass using a pastry bag is deposited on a sheet of baking paper and leave for a day in a well-ventilated area. My husband could not resist-after about 6 hours marshmallow ate! The form of marshmallows holding up nicely!
  9. At the end of the day, sprinkle the marshmallow with powdered sugar and combine the marshmallows in pairs.
    At the end of the day, sprinkle the marshmallow with powdered sugar and combine the marshmallows in pairs.

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