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Meringues for Pies, Puddings, and Desserts

Eggs for meringues should be thoroughly chilled, and beaten with silver fork, wire spoon or whisk. Where several eggs are needed, much time is saved by using a whisk. Meringues on pies, puddings, or desserts, may be spread evenly, spread and piled in the centre, put on lightly by spoonfuls, or spread evenly with part of the mixture, the remainder being forced through a pastry bag and tube. Meringues I and III should be baked fifteen minutes in slow oven. Meringue II. should be cooked eight minutes in moderate oven; if removed from oven before cooked the eggs will liquefy and meringue settle; if cooked too long, meringue is tough.


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The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book (1896).

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