Ingredients

Title Value
1. Fruit puree Puree 120 gram
2. Sugar Puree 100 gram
3. Chicken Egg Protein Puree 30 gram
4. Agar agar Syrup 6 gram
5. Water Syrup 75 Ml
6. Sugar Syrup 175 gram

Cooking

1 . Stage

Prepare the apple puree: cut the apples in half, remove the stems, core, lay the cut side down and bake until soft. Beat with a blender, along with the skin. Rub through a sieve. If the puree is liquid, the puree should be boiled by boiling away the excess moisture. Antonovka mashed potatoes are optimal!

1. Stage. Prepare the apple puree: cut the apples in half, remove the stems, core, lay the cut side down and bake until soft. Beat with a blender, along with the skin. Rub through a sieve. If the puree is liquid, the puree should be boiled by boiling away the excess moisture. Antonovka mashed potatoes are optimal!

2 . Stage

Prepare the persimmon puree: put in the oven for 10-15 minutes until softened and beat with a blender. Drain the excess moisture by transferring the puree to a sieve.

1. Stage. Prepare the persimmon puree: put in the oven for 10-15 minutes until softened and beat with a blender. Drain the excess moisture by transferring the puree to a sieve.

3 . Stage

Mix the two purees and add the sugar. Boil until the sugar has dissolved. Let cool. It is better when this puree is made the day before and cooled in the refrigerator. Then it becomes even thicker.

1. Stage. Mix the two purees and add the sugar. Boil until the sugar has dissolved. Let cool. It is better when this puree is made the day before and cooled in the refrigerator. Then it becomes even thicker.

4 . Stage

Add the protein to the cooled puree with the sugar and beat, gradually increasing the speed of the mixer, until stiff peaks.

1. Stage. Add the protein to the cooled puree with the sugar and beat, gradually increasing the speed of the mixer, until stiff peaks.

5 . Stage

At the same time we cook the syrup. Mix agar-agar, sugar and water. Cook, stirring constantly (the agar may fall out and stick to the bottom!) until 110 degrees. If you don't have a thermometer, cook until "threaded": when the syrup is lifted off the spoon, it runs off in a continuous thin stream, and the last drops linger and dangle slightly on the spoon.

1. Stage. At the same time we cook the syrup. Mix agar-agar, sugar and water. Cook, stirring constantly (the agar may fall out and stick to the bottom!) until 110 degrees. If you don't have a thermometer, cook until

6 . Stage

By the time the syrup reaches the desired temperature, the puree and egg whites should already be whipped! Pour in the syrup in a thin stream without stopping the mixer. Continue to whip the mass until it is a fluffy white mass. I added 2 drops of orange dye to this marshmallow to add color at this point.

1. Stage. By the time the syrup reaches the desired temperature, the puree and egg whites should already be whipped! Pour in the syrup in a thin stream without stopping the mixer. Continue to whip the mass until it is a fluffy white mass. I added 2 drops of orange dye to this marshmallow to add color at this point.

7 . Stage

By the time the marshmallow mass is ready, you should have a paper with markings for marshmallows, chopped walnuts and a pastry bag with a nozzle, since agar hardens quite quickly, already at 40 degrees.

1. Stage. By the time the marshmallow mass is ready, you should have a paper with markings for marshmallows, chopped walnuts and a pastry bag with a nozzle, since agar hardens quite quickly, already at 40 degrees.

8 . Stage

Put the mass in a bag, pour it over chopped nuts. Place the marshmallows on baking paper. While the marshmallow is still hardening, sprinkle the chopped nuts on top. Leave to dry at room temperature for at least 6 hours. I left it overnight.

1. Stage. Put the mass in a bag, pour it over chopped nuts. Place the marshmallows on baking paper. While the marshmallow is still hardening, sprinkle the chopped nuts on top. Leave to dry at room temperature for at least 6 hours. I left it overnight.

9 . Stage

Marshmallow halves glue in pairs, matching the size.

1. Stage. Marshmallow halves glue in pairs, matching the size.