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Marshmallows


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Ingredients

30 portion(s)

Marshmallow

  • 40 ml gelatine
  • 62 ml cold water
  • 185 ml boiling water
  • 400 gm castor sugar
  • 1 ml cream of tartar
  • 1 egg white
  • 2 ml vanilla essence or essence of choice
  • 2 cups (plain or toasted) coconut
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Recipe's preparation

    Gorgeous fluffy marshmallow
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    1)      Make sure butterfly is in place in the bowl Closed lid

    2)      Add castor sugar, egg white and cream of tartart into bowl Closed lid

    3)      In a separate medium sized bowl, soak gelatine with 62ml cold water

    4)      Allow to sponge (one minute)

    5)      Add boiling  water and stir until dissolved (I used a mini hand whisk)

    6)      Now add this gelatine mix into the bowl Closed lid

    7)      Set time to 10 mins and beat on speed 4 – I used 37 degrees. 
    My recipe did not reference a temperature – would have been beaten at room temperature.

    tmrc_emoticons.8)      2 mins from the end of beating - add essence and colour if you wish (gel colours work best)

    9)      Mixture will be ready when it forms a sticky peak when you touch it

    10)   Pour mixture into a slightly greased tin (I used a spray). 

    11)   Leave mix to set at room temperature for about 1 hour +

    12)   Cut with a boiling hot knife to give a clean finish.

    If the knife is not hot enough it will be lumpy when cut.


    Dust / roll pieces in coconut.

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Tip

Make sure the tray you will be pouring marshmallow in is ready just before you end beating.


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  • LOL - just made this and it

    Submitted by annajf on 13. July 2016 - 14:06.

    LOL - just made this and it overflowed out the top of my TM31's bowl at about 8 minutes. Not sure if it was because of using finer sugar (I milled some raw sugar in an attempt to make finer like caster sugar) but it has made a mound of marshmallow which is fab! It sets very quickly too so be ready with your oiled tray/mould/dish.

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  • Loved this recipie and would

    Submitted by Kirsbulli on 28. June 2016 - 19:48.

    Loved this recipie and would definately recommend it   tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I found this recipe which is

    Submitted by kerry691 on 24. November 2015 - 12:44.

    I found this recipe which is almost word for word to this one, but has the advantage of thermomix friendly measurements .....link is below 

     

    http://www.thermoman.info/k2-recipes/desserts/item/21-marshmallow

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  • How do I convert all the

    Submitted by Kat21 on 30. October 2015 - 22:16.

    How do I convert all the measurements of Mls into grams for the thermomix. Please advise ASAP as would like to make these tomorrow 

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  • How do you measure 40ml of

    Submitted by Trudie on 3. May 2015 - 12:52.

    How do you measure 40ml of gelatin I have powered gelatin

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  • My friend made these the

    Submitted by Channii on 3. April 2015 - 11:23.

    My friend made these the other day. and It worked perfectly. So it's my turn to try. Just in time for easter yummmmmmm Love

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  • Yummm So delicious and easy

    Submitted by Pelayia on 24. January 2015 - 12:22.

    Yummm tmrc_emoticons.p So delicious and easy to make. Made this rose pink and eating it warm straight from the bowl was a dream. Thanks for sharing!

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  • yes i agree to all  

    Submitted by wizzkid on 19. July 2014 - 13:01.

    yes i agree to all

     

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  • 1 mL would be 1/5 of a

    Submitted by Eco on 19. May 2014 - 10:50.

    1 mL would be 1/5 of a teaspoon. I just guess.

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  • Just wondering how to measure

    Submitted by Party_bee on 18. April 2014 - 11:31.

    Just wondering how to measure 1 ml of cream of tartar? Mines in powder form?

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  • This is a fantastic recipe.

    Submitted by Eco on 7. April 2014 - 15:53.

    This is a fantastic recipe. Thank you! I used Orgran 'No Egg' instead of the egg white and it worked fine as my son is allergic to raw egg. I have also found out recently that if you boil the gelatine for a couple of minutes it removes the majority of the preservative (sulphites) added to gelatine.

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  • Amazing. Light and fluffy.

    Submitted by Suz76 on 31. January 2014 - 20:01.

    Amazing. Light and fluffy. Set quite quickly. Slightly fiddly to cut and coat but well worth it. Thanks for the recipe!

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