Definition of 'meringue'
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Then fill with the rest of the plain meringue mixture. The Sun (2014)We were the first to finish our lemon meringue. Times, Sunday Times (2010)My dessert of orange meringue pie with clove ice cream was incredible. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Gradually beat in the caster sugar until the meringue is stiff and glossy. Asthma and Eczema - special diet cookbook (1989)This pudding is a great one to make with leftover meringues. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This was two halves of a meringue with cream and chestnut in the middle. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Spoon the meringue mixture into the piping bag and remove from the glass. The Sun (2016)Lemon curd has no place outside a meringue pie. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She uses a dash of vinegar to make the meringue slightly chewy. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Spoon dollops of this mixture over the meringue nests. The Sun (2013)Orange stewed rhubarb with meringue nests This weather suits outdoor rhubarb. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Remove the meringue from the oven and let it cool completely, then transfer to a nice board or platter. The Sun (2015)But not a lemon meringue. The Sun (2006)Spoon and swirl 6 meringue nests. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Place the meringue on a cake stand and spread the cream thickly over the top, before piling on the drained cherries. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I've left meringues in the oven for too long and there was some serious smoke. The Sun (2012)Lemon meringue pie, on the other hand, makes my heart beat faster. The Sun (2012)There are all sorts of tricks, from putting the meringues into cooling ovens, to keeping the door propped open with a wooden spoon. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'meringue'
British English: meringue /məˈræŋ/ NOUN
Meringue is a mixture of beaten egg whites and sugar which is baked in the oven.
- American English: meringue
- Arabic: مرنـغ
- Brazilian Portuguese: merengue
- Chinese: 蛋白与糖的混合物
- Croatian: masa od tučenog bjelanjka i šećera
- Czech: sníh sněhová pěna
- Danish: marengs
- Dutch: schuimpje
- European Spanish: merengue
- Finnish: marenki
- French: meringue
- German: Baiser
- Greek: μαρέγγα
- Italian: meringa
- Japanese: メレンゲ
- Korean: 머랭
- Norwegian: marengs
- Polish: beza
- European Portuguese: merengue
- Romanian: bezea
- Russian: меренга
- Spanish: merengue
- Swedish: maräng
- Thai: ขนมอบที่ใช้ไข่ขาวตีจนฟูแล้วอบ
- Turkish: beze tatlı
- Ukrainian: безе
- Vietnamese: bánh trứng đường
Definition of meringue from the Collins English Dictionary
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