Pavlova Roll
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Pavlova Roll

In this recipe I have rolled my pavlova, an extremely easy fool proof way to deliver this dessert. Read more...

While the battle of the pavlova between Australia and New Zealand may still remain for some, this deliciously light and fluffy dessert continues to win the hearts of both it’s rivals. And, whichever way you may choose to serve the beloved pavlova; traditional, deconstructed or as a roll, we can all agree nothing beats the heavenly flavours of sweet meringue combined with velvety whipped cream and zesty fresh fruit.

In this recipe I have rolled my pavlova, an extremely easy fool proof way to deliver this delicious dessert. I have used a combination of passionfruit, strawberries and of course the imperative kiwi fruit, inspired from our recent trip to the kiwi fruit region of New Zealand. Of course you can substitute these fruits as to your personal preference or whatever fruit may be in season.

*Serves 8-10

*Can be prepared the day before

Ingredients

6 egg whites at room temperature

1 cup castor sugar, + 1 tbsp extra

2 tsp white vinegar

2 tsp cornflour

Icing sugar for dusting

3 fresh passionfruit

300g fresh strawberries, sliced

4 kiwi fruit, sliced

400ml thickened cream

1 tbsp castor sugar

1 tsp vanilla extract or essence

Method

Line a rectangular baking tray with baking paper. Preheat oven to 170°C.

Beat the egg whites to soft peaks.

Gradually add the castor sugar, and beat until stiff peaks form and sugar is completely dissolved, usually 8-10 minutes.

Gently fold through the cornflour and vinegar with a metal spoon through the glossy mixture.

Spread the meringue onto the baking tray and bake for 15 minutes.

While baking prepare the cream and fruit.

Whip the cream with the castor sugar and vanilla and set aside.

Remove meringue from oven and allow to cool slightly.

Lay a clean tea towel on your work surface and prepare another sheet on baking paper. Dust the paper with extra icing sugar and castor sugar.

Flip the meringue onto the sugared paper and peel away the top sheet of baking paper.

Spread the whipped cream over ¾ of the length of the pavlova.

Top with half the passionfruit pulp and half of the sliced strawberries and kiwi fruit.

Using the tea towel and baking paper to aid, gently roll the meringue and place on a serving dish.

Refrigerate for a minimum of 3 hours.

Decorate the top with the remaining cream and fruit and dust with icing sugar before serving.

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35 comments on “Pavlova Roll

  1. You’re so good at this Lorelle! I love pavlova (oh noh!) and it certainly looks delicate to make.

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  2. I love pavlova and this one looks amazing!

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  3. That roll looks absolutely delicious. Perfect summer dessert. I can’t have pavlova when I’m pregnant but my gosh I want it once I’m able to again! Pinning for future reference.

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  4. I really want to try this.. you had me at “easy” 🙂

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  5. That looks so tasty, i assume it’s the healthy fat-free low-calorie version? has to be. i could eat the whole lot then of course.

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  6. Looks delicious! Thanks.

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  7. That looks amazing, beautifully decorated, and beautifully photographed. Food photography is never easy. Are you sure that was easy to make! ! It certainly doesn’t look like it’d be, ‘a piece of cake’ if you’ll excuse the pun. Great tribute to our Kiwi neighbours and your recent trip. As an aside, I did some research recently, and it appears the Kiwis did in fact cook a pavlova before we did, only just though. However, they didn’t invent it. A version of the dessert arrived on the back of a cornflour packet from America long before Anna Pavlova, but there’s earlier records of similar cakes than that from elsewhere too (just can’t remember where atm)

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    • Thank you Chris.
      I find the traditional pav still tricky at times. It’s the baking process. So for me the roll was much easier. 😉
      Yes, I have read about the pav originating from Europe for that matter. No matter where it’s from though I’m sure we have added our own touches here and there along the way. 😊

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  8. yes i agree that traditional pav is quite hard to get right but a pav roll is very easy to make! and very delish!

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  9. This looks fantastic!

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  10. I’m not so sure about the “foolproof” tag. I tried to make a pavlova roll and it was a disaster. It totally collapsed and all the filling went everywhere. It still tasted amazing and was all devoured, but it looked dreadful. Yours looks much better.

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  11. Ah the pavlova wars…most countries have bloody wars with their neighbours. Not us, we poke fun at each other over who invented the most delicious dessert ever.

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  12. I have been wanting to try and make this, but never found the time. Your post was a reminder for me to “get on with it.” 🙂 Looks wonderful!

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  13. Oh my! You’ve created such a stunning take on the dessert. I’ve only had a few times, and a long time ago. But your post stirs a desire to actually make one now!

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  14. Wow, Lorelle, this looks amazing. I love pav, whether it’s in a roll or round!

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