AUSTRALIAN PAVOLOVAS. A pavlova is a sweet dish. Pavlova is often called Pav. Pavlova’s have a crisp crust with a soft inside. Pavlovas are usually served with cream and fruit but can be topped with chocolate. What is a pavlova?.
A pavlova is a sweet dish.
Pavlova is often called Pav.
Pavlova’s have a crisp crust with a soft inside.
Pavlovas are usually served with cream and fruit but can be topped with chocolate.
A Pavlova is served on ‘special occasions’ rather than a dessert you have after each meal.
Australian’s believe that it was an Aussie who first made the Pavlova!
New Zealanders believe that is was a Kiwi who first made a Pavlova!
Pavlovas are made from egg whites!
The egg whites are ‘whipped’ until they are stiff then sugar is added to make a crisp outside with a sweet ‘marshmallow’ type inside.
Pavlova’s are shaped like a birds nest.
Inside the pavlova (where the egg is) is filled with whipped cream and fruit! YUM!
Today we will make some mini pavlova’s.
(A normal pavlova is about 30cm in diameter.)
Our pavlovas will be about 5 – 8cm.
There are two parts to a recipe.
Ingredients and Method.
The ingredients section list all of the foods that you need to make the pavlova.
The Method will explain how to make the pavlova.
Please wash your hands
Get an apron from the front cupboard
Tie your hair back
Get all of your ingredients from the side bench that are listed in the ingredients section.
Make sure that they are all measured correctly.
Complete the first two points of the method.
You will need to turn the power point on before setting the temperature.
Make sure that the bowl is clean and DRY!
Safe use of the mixers.
Complete points three and four of the method.
Put your pavlova’s in the oven.
Begin to whip your cream and cut the fruit.
Safe knife use.
Start to clean up.
Wash all utensils in the sink with warm soapy water.
Wash all of the benches with warm soapy water.
Dry and put away all utensils and dry the benches / sinks.
Sit down together and enjoy our pavs!