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    Seriously Fruity Berry and lemon curd pavlova roulade

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    Seriously Fruity Berry and lemon curd pavlova roulade

    A chewy meringue with a crisp outside rolled round a filling of zingy lemon curd and soft whipped cream surrounding luscious juicy blackberries and dusted with icing sugar

    What makes it the ultimate summer Seriously From Waitrose dessert?

    Blackberries are pure English summer, combined with the sharpness of lemon curd contrasted with the sweet chewy meringue, balanced with the cream - a combination of textures that is a real sensory pleasure!


    • Egg whites
      Golden caster sugar
      Golden icing sugar
      Double cream
      Lemon curd = sugar, butter, lemons, eggs


    1. Whisk the egg whites with the golden caster sugar, spread on a swiss roll tin and back for 30 mins at a low temp. Turn out onto a piece of greaseproof paper dusted with icing sugar. Meanwhile, wash and pick over the blackberries. Make lemon curd with egg yolks, butter, sugar and lemon and allow to cool. Softly whip the cream and fold through lemon curd, spread over the meringue, fill with the blackberries and roll up from teh short end, dust with more icing sugar and serve.

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