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Marshmallow on Agar-Agar Recipe
I love this delicacy. Some time ago she decided to learn how to cook it. To begin with, a recipe for Apple marshmallow on agar was found, but attempts to cook it were not successful, there was clearly a strange ratio of sugar and water. After these attempts, I decided not to give up, began to read a lot, looking for recipes on the Internet. And now, having gathered information, I decided to get down to business. Since no suitable apples or berries were found, I decided to cook it on fruit jelly /cherry flavor/, all the ingredients in the recipe I cut in half, so that, if anything, it was not so sad for spoiled products. Here we go...
Cook Time 60 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 60 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In a small saucepan in 125 ml of cold water, soak for 30 min. agar-agar /for swelling/.
    In a small saucepan in 125 ml of cold water, soak for 30 min. agar-agar /for swelling/.
  2. Dilute the fruit jelly: to do this, boil 75 ml of water, pour 40 g of fruit jelly into it, mix slightly, set aside so that all the grains dissolve.
    Dilute the fruit jelly: to do this, boil 75 ml of water, pour 40 g of fruit jelly into it, mix slightly, set aside so that all the grains dissolve.
  3. Meanwhile, put on medium heat soaked agar-agar, as soon as it boils, add 350 grams of sugar, stir, as the syrup boils, cook it 6 min. / caution! syrup foams/ Note: on the package from agar-agar it was said to boil for 8 minutes, and in the recipe, which I relied on, it is indicated to cook with sugar for 6 minutes, in the cookbook it was written differently: "... as soon as the agar-agar boils, it is put sugar and cook until a drop of syrup, lowered on a plate, will not spread; after that, in the agar - agar put applesauce and bring to a boil again." In General, I think it is necessary to cook the syrup until the sugar dissolves, and the mass will not thicken.While the syrup is cooked, beat 2 proteins in a lush foam with a mixer. Cover the pan with baking paper.
    Meanwhile, put on medium heat soaked agar-agar, as soon as it boils, add 350 grams of sugar, stir,
as the syrup boils, cook it 6 min. / caution! syrup foams/
Note: on the package from agar-agar it was said to boil for 8 minutes, and in the recipe, which I relied on, it is indicated to cook with sugar for 6 minutes, in the cookbook it was written differently: "... as soon as the agar-agar boils, it is put sugar and cook until a drop of syrup, lowered on a plate, will not spread; after that, in the agar - agar put applesauce and bring to a boil again."
In General, I think it is necessary to cook the syrup until the sugar dissolves, and the mass will not thicken.While the syrup is cooked, beat 2 proteins in a lush foam with a mixer.
Cover the pan with baking paper.
  4. Turn on the mixer at high speed, pour a thin stream of sulfur into the beaten egg whites, whisk, without ceasing. Once poured all the syrup, add citric acid and fruit jelly, whisk 6 minutes.
    Turn on the mixer at high speed, pour a thin stream of sulfur into the beaten egg whites, whisk, without ceasing. Once poured all the syrup, add citric acid and fruit jelly, whisk 6 minutes.
  5. Weight should be thick /so as not to fall off the spoon/.
    Weight should be thick /so as not to fall off the spoon/.
  6. The resulting mass is spread in a pastry bag and squeeze on a prepared baking sheet. Work quickly until the marshmallow in the bowl began to harden. I, for lack of a pastry bag, initially used a conventional plastic bag, but as the ground cools quickly, in the end had to work with a spoon.
    The resulting mass is spread in a pastry bag and squeeze on a prepared baking sheet. Work quickly until the marshmallow in the bowl began to harden. I, for lack of a pastry bag, initially used a conventional plastic bag, but as the ground cools quickly, in the end had to work with a spoon.
  7. Let the marshmallow dry for 24 hours, then sprinkle with powdered sugar, let stand for another 10 minutes and you can drink tea.
    Let the marshmallow dry for 24 hours, then sprinkle with powdered sugar, let stand for another 10 minutes and you can drink tea.

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