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Pavlova

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A light meringue dessert named for Russian ballet dancer Anna Pavlova is a popular dessert in Australia and New Zealand. The defining factor between Pavlova and traditional meringue is inclusion of cornflour. The cornflour allows for the cake to develop a crisp outershell.

Once complete, the Pavlova can take on many different varieties depending on how it is decorated. Traditionally, it is decorated and garnished with fruit.

This Pavlova is available at Felicia’s Bakery, Robinson’s CityWalk in Bacolod City.

This Pavlova is available at Felicia’s Bakery, Robinson’s CityWalk in Bacolod City.

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Written by Paulo Loreto

March 28, 2013 at 3:04 AM

Posted in Dessert, Food, Travel

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