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There are conflicting claims about the origin of Meringue. Some say that it came from the Swiss village of Meiringen and was later improved by Italian chef Gasparini in the 18th Century. However, there are those who say that it was conceived from France, as written in Francois Massialot’s 1692 cookbook. But despite the varying stories of its history, one thing is for sure: the Meringue is a delectable snack especially for those with a sweet tooth.
Based on the facts above, there are three types of this tasty treat: French, Swiss, and Italian. But despite the differences in preparation, only one word will come out of your mouth: delicious (or the French, Swiss or Italian equivalent of it). Also, this recipe is fat-free because the egg whites collapse when the batter is baked. Therefore, any small amount of fat in there is eliminated. Meringue is a good source of carbohydrates too due to its sugar content.
Learn how to prepare Meringue Kisses Recipe by following to the steps below:
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An ordinary fruit but powerhouse of nutrients. We all like this savoured it in luscious jams, popularly known as “amrood” in Hindi and scientifically known as “Psidium Guajava“. This is Guava.
This amazing fruit is extraordinarily rich in lycopene, vitamin C, and antioxidants that are good for skin. Guavas are also rich in manganese, folate, and potassium. Like what they say Indian Subcontinent and places where guavas naturally grow “A few guavas in the season keeps the doctor away for the whole year”. With an intoxicating strong-sweet fragrance, this fruit has been popular not only with its distinct taste but because of the health benefits it offers.
Here are 10 incredible guava benefits for our health that we need to know.
1] Improves your immunity
Guavas are one of the richest sources of vitamin C. It contains four times the vitamin C content found in oranges. This will help improve immunity and protects our body against common infections and pathogens. It also reduces the chance of scurvy wherein the maine cause is Vitamin-C deficiency.
2] Good for Diabetics
An intake of guava can also help patients who suffer from diabetes. Worth its high level dietary fiber , guava helps to control the absorption of sugar by the body, wherein it decreases the probabilities of major spikes and drops of insulin and glucose in human body. Studies have shown also that consuming this super fruit can help prevent the presence of type-2 diabetes.
3] Lessens the risk of Cancer
The anti-cancer or anti-tumour property presence in guavas has been linked with the presence of compounds including quercitin, lycopene, vitamin C and numerous Polyphenols present in them. There have been several studies done in recent years on guava’s effects primarily on breast cancer ,prostate, and oral cancers.
When the Moors reached the Iberian Peninsula, they brought a delicacy that is made of flavoured powder, the Spanish called it polvoron or powder cookie. Consequently, the Spanish brought the recipe when they colonized the Philippines. The Spaniards may not be here anymore, but they left the polvoron as a delightful remembrance of their legacy. It is here to stay and the recipe will not be reduced to powder.
Given our innate creativity, we have developed several twists to the ordinary polvoron recipe. Thus, we now have it in different flavours such as Ube, Cookies and Cream, and Chocolate to name a few. Aside from that, other ingredients have been added such as rice krispies. This Polvoron with Rice Krispies Recipe’s sweet and crunchy combination is certainly hard to resist once you have taken that initial bite. Of course, be careful not to cough or whistle while enjoying this treat.
Check out how to prepare Polvoron with Rice Krispies Recipe by referring to the steps below:
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