Mini Meringue Cake
With only three ingredients (and salt) you can make wonders. This #PKD dessert is for those, who can eat eggs, need some variety and like to create cool things in the kitchen. It is nice to have a dessert on weekends or on special occasions. This is also a great way to hide bone marrow for those, who don't like its taste very much and have difficulties to eat it in its plain form.
Please take into account, that this dessert contains 6.6g carbohydrates, which is fine after a PKD meal. It is also high in fat with 17.2g and moderate in protein with 7.3 g. The fat to protein ratio is 2.3:1
I have to say that I really liked it and it also looks nice and fancy.
Ingredients (makes 1-2 servings, depending on what you had for your main meal)
2 egg yolks
15 g bone marrow
1 (2) egg white(s)
1 tsp honey
Cut the marrow into small pieces and blend with the yolk.
Pour the batter into a mini-pancake pan and fry both sides on low heat until set. You can fry it more on higher heat, if you prefer. I just let it set, didn't want it to get it dark.
In a very clean and dry bowl, whip the egg white with the salt until soft peaks. Add the honey and whip it further until very stiff peaks.
I whipped two egg whites, but it turned out to be a bit too much. You can use only one white or make two and use as much of it as you can fit onot the top of the pancake.
Place the pancake onto a baking tray and spoon the whipped white over in a ball shape.
Bake at 100 °C, fan function for 15 minutes, then reduce the temperature to 80°C and bake for another 45 minutes or a bit longer. The meringue should stay firm and not collapse.