Show me the owner, whose harvested jam for the winter eats everything! Anyway, coming back to the cottage and jam full! And it needs to be put somewhere. Somewhere here flashed recipe about marshmallows not from apples, namely from jam, but never found, and therefore it was decided to conduct an experiment at your own risk.
Agar soaked for half an hour before the "process" in 160 ml of cold water.
The jam in the bowl of a blender killed.
Put the syrup to boil: poured all the sugar into a saucepan, poured 70 ml of boiling water, and stirred until all the sugar blossomed. Took off the foam, made a small fire, and took the rest:
Has prepared lemon.
Added one egg to the jam and a little break mixer.
Then added a second egg white whipped until the whole mass has increased in volume times 3 -4.
How I praised myself for taking a 3-liter pot!!!
One eye was watching the syrup!
So it's not ready yet:
Here is here I added lemon asid, stirred, and already from syrup not departed!
And here is such ready.
Poured into it agar porridge, stirred. At first, the syrup with agar strongly rushed up, but I reduced the fire, and constantly stirred with a spoon. Cooked everything together for 2-3 minutes. The fire turned off and was able to take a picture, that was the syrup:
While the syrup cooled a bit, still a little pouzival the Apple mixture, adding vanilla.
Then while continuously whisking in a thin stream (about the size of a pencil) pouring the syrup in the Apple-protein mixture. That's how it turned out:
Once again praised himself for choosing a pan, and quickly in parts dumped this mass in a pastry bag, and deposited marshmallows on pre-laid baking paper table, along the way already mercilessly berating himself that the nozzle to the bag safely forgotten in the country!
Solidifies all Sooo quickly!
Dry marshmallow on the table should be about a day, then sprinkled with powdered sugar.