What to do with egg whites, often thrown away when you make “crème brulée”? Indeed, most of the time they are discarded because only the yellow of the eggs is used for most pastries.
The answer: take your egg whites, add sugar, beat everything and drag the dough in a plastic bag or a nozzle, “draw” your meringues, put them in the oven and presto! voila!
Serge Ampoulange, owner of Domaine de la Rhonie, explains it all in the video…
Meringues thus produced can be used both to decorate the coffee or the dessert of your customers in the restaurant.
Necessary ingredients and supplies:
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|Domaine de la Rhonie||Hotels & guest houses, Restaurants & Co||rural, zone-temperee||France||No|
|Green Trek, the ecological hiking||Heritage and Biodiversity, Travellers Awareness, Waste Management|
|The traveling books||Construction and Lay out, Waste Management|
|Farm products||Agriculture and catering, Heritage and Biodiversity|
|Responsible Consumption of Fish||Agriculture and catering, Heritage and Biodiversity|
|Organic Mushroom Farming||Agriculture and catering, Local Development, Waste Management|