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*Uploaded on 27 Apr 2011 *

Another useful cooking tutorial by YellowSaffron: Sonia gives us a few tips
on how to beat egg whites until stiff, a basic step for many sweet or
savoury recipes.

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Beating egg whites until stiff is necessary to make many sweet or savoury
recipes, such as a soft sponge cake or a cheese soufflé.
You'll see, it's not difficult: you just need to follow few simple tips.
Let's see which ones.
Before beating, leave the eggs out of the fridge for at least an hour.
First of all, separate the egg whites from the yolks, taking care that no


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** Beating Egg Whites Tips and Hints **

*How to make fluffy egg whites*

By Peggy Trowbridge Filippone

Here are some tips and hints for beating egg whites so your recipe works
properly:

• For beating egg whites until stiff, use a small deep bowl with a
rounded bottom for 4 to 5 egg whites or a large, deep bowl for more.

• You will get more volume when beating egg whites if you first bring
them to room temperature.

• You can bring egg whites to room temperature by setting the eggs out on
your counter at least 30 minutes in advance of your preparation. For a
quick method, place the eggs in a bowl of very warm, but not hot, water for
5 to 10 minutes. If the eggs are already separated, place the egg whites in
a bowl in a pan of warm water.

• The bowl itself can make a very big difference when beating egg whites.
A copper bowl is ideal, since it will react chemically with egg whites to
form fluffy, high peaks.

• When using a stainless steel or glass bowl, add cream of tartar or
lemon juice to achieve the same result as with a copper bowl.

• Avoid aluminum bowls which can cause whites to turn gray and wooden
bowls, which tend to absorb oils from other usages and can retard your
whipped whites.

• The addition of an acid will fluff up your whipped egg whites. It
stabilizes the whites and adds volume. Add 1/8


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