Translation of meringue in Spanish:

meringue

merengue, n.

Pronunciation: /məˈraŋ//məˈræŋ/

noun

  • 1

    Cooking
    merengue masculine
    • The cakes consisted of an almond-topped Madeira cake and a tangy lemon version, along with strawberry pastries, miniature lemon meringues and carrot cake - all of which were sublime.
    • Not only do they thicken and enrich sauces, bind stuffings, lighten and expand on whisking to create soufflés and meringues, they can also be cooked in a variety of ways to serve as a meal in their own right.
    • Triacetin is added to dried egg whites so that they can be whipped into meringues.
    • I'd do difficult things like puff pastry or meringues.
    • He observed her recipe ingredients, and asked, ‘Nut meringues?’
    • We were presented with bags of tiny flavoured meringues to take away, in case we were still feeling peckish on the short cab journey home.
    • If you can't resist dessert, though, choose fresh fruit, gelatin, sorbet, sherbet, fruit ice, meringues or plain cake with fruit purée.
    • I've had a poached egg and a sausage roll and four meringues.
    • We were delighted with the show and happily chose from various cheesecakes, meringues and chocolate cakes.
    • I store it in jars and use it to spoon over all sorts of things, like pancakes, creamy meringues, plain cheesecake, yogurt, and vanilla ice-cream.
    • We make a lot of meringues, so put the egg whites in there, then the yolks go in the quiche.
    • Modern versions often include ice cream and omit the meringues.
    • Wendy had grouped them in sets of two pinwheels, or three meringues, or five cookies, each.
    • When they stopped by the Inn, Debbye had asked Wendy about the possibility of some nut meringues, and the vixen had happily supplied her with four dozen of the crunchy delicacies.
    • I often helped out in the kitchen cooking meringues and cakes, the usual childhood stuff.
    • When you want the dessert light and the ingredient list short, make meringues.
    • Two Coffee Choux pastries, something with strawberries and meringues and something big and fluffy and full of custard.
    • Chocolate-pistachio meringues, easily made ahead, are a sweet ending.
    • The heaving fruit bowl, the waiting at the school gates and the planned attempt to master meringues are concerted efforts by Eclair to squeeze into the good mum role.
    • This allows for the tremendous skill of morphing into delicious meringues.
  • 2informal

    (wedding dress)
    vestido merengue masculine