Ghost meringues | Candied Lemon Carving Seasoning

Recipe imagined by Arthur Huet, assistant of the Savant Food

Halloween is basically a Celtic holiday of Irish origin: the Celtic New Year! According to legend, ghosts took advantage of the longer nights in October to visit the living. In order to prevent them from coming to haunt them, the Celts  dressed in terrifying costumes to scare them.

For 4 people : 

- 90 g of egg whites
- 180 g of icing sugar
- 1 sachet of vanilla sugar
    1. Mix sugar, vanilla sugar and egg whites. 
    2. Put your salad bowl in a bain-marie and whisk the preparation.
    3. With a probe, check the temperature, it must be between 55 and 60°C.
    4. Remove from heat and mix the mixture with a mixer. 
    5. Stop beating when the mixture is cold and the meringue is whipped.
    6. Using a pastry bag, make small round meringues and bake for 1 hour at 100°C.
    7. Melt 30 g of chocolate and pour into a cone.
    8. Using the cornet, draw faces on each meringue.
    9. Cut a shaving of the Candied Lemon Carving Seasoning onto the ghosts.