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Any Idea how this is Done?

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All kinds of recipies for meringue,

Supposing.....

Supposing I made a batch of meringue, divided it up into several pots and coloured each pot. Then pipe rows of the colured meringue onto a silpat about 3/8" high and bake. While still hot, cut into rectangles and roll around a piece of pvc pipe that has been covered in parchment paper. When cold, pipe in the ice cream.

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I sure can't pipe that straight! It could be marshmallow sheets. Albert Uster has decorated marshmallow sheets in patterns similar to chocolate transfer sheets.

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It's definitely transfer sheets. The Astrance cookbook has a similar creation that has meringues filled in one end with green tea buttercream and the other end with ricotta ice cream.

Instructions are to spread the meringue onto printed transfer sheets, roll into logs, cook, cool and remove transfer sheets.


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