Ingredients: egg white, sugar, natural flavors, standard coloring
The meringue is a sweet preparation made of egg whites with powdered eggs and sugar, typical of Italian cuisine, that of Minorca and French. The meringue, very light and crumbly, finds application in various sweet preparations. Although it is usually white, the meringue can be variously colored to create color contrasts with other sweet ingredients. It can also be flavored, for example with the addition of cocoa , vanilla, lemon drops. The meringue takes its name from the Swiss city of Meiringen , where a pastry chef created this type of cake for the first time.