What is Pavlova?
Pavlova is a popular dessert in both Australia and New Zealand, and is often served at special occasions such as Christmas, weddings, and birthdays. It is also enjoyed in other parts of the world and has become a popular dessert in many countries
Pavlova is a meringue-based dessert topped with whipped cream and fruit.
My knowledge of Pavlova was completely inaccurate; although it was titled after a Ukrainian dancer, Anna Pavlova, it is not Russian. Whether Australia or New Zealand truly invented it first is hotly contested, but there is no disputing how tasty they are.
The stunning meringue dessert Pavlova is simpler to make than you would imagine. Lemon juice, vanilla essence, sugar, cornstarch, and egg whites are the ingredients.
After baking, a crunchy shell surrounds the delicate centers. Pavlovas are garnished with a generous amount of fresh berries and whipped cream before serving. Pavlovas can be made as a large Pavlova dessert or as these convenient tiny Pavlovas.