This Rosewater pavlova is definitely a favourite of mine and, the combination of strawberries and watermelon infused with rosewater is an absolute must—this Rose water pavlova dessert is not just for the palate, it’s for the soul, something to be made with love for a very special occasion.”. Baking pavlova was something new for me and ever since I have discovered pavlova several years ago it brought my adoration to new heights. This is a recipe I have fallen in love with it.
As I sit down to update my blog with the very last post of this year, I pat myself for running along this incredible journey so far. This year has been kind to me in many aspects. Professionally I have put my foot down and taken a plunge into the core aspect of the photography business and on personal side, it has been quite good too. I am happy with what I have at the moment and do hope that this coming year will be more exciting for me in terms of my professional career as a freelance photographer and stylist. Thanks to blogging world that basically opened the doors for me.
Now I am taking a break at the moment and heading off to India for summer holidays. So this space will not be updated for a month at least. I am sure I will be coming back with new recipes and ideas soon to make it more exciting for you all.
Since school holidays have already begun and the boys were at home enjoying and relaxing. I thought of baking few goodies before we pack off for our holidays. Pavlova is one of our favourite dessert. Every time I bake this classic dessert, I have seen the boys finish it off with in few minutes.
This time I made a great twist to its flavour by adding few drops of rose water to the meringue. Also the three tier has its own charm too. Now if you are from Sydney and you must be familiar with a famous cake from black swan pastry that has created its name by selling an unique cake with an extremely unique combination, watermelon and strawberry infused with rosewater. Believe me when these fillings were part of the Rose water pavlova, it was heavenly. The combination of rosewater, double cream and layers of watermelon and strawberries and few dried rose petals turned out be absolutely fabulous.
I have the basic pavlova recipe in my blog archives. I have used the same recipe for creating three bases instead of one giant base. I have simultaneously used two baking tray in the oven for making three bases.
HOW TO MAKE ROSE WATER PAVLOVA
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