Italian Meringue Recipe
This type of meringue is commonly known as the most challenging of the three to master, but with the right technique you can create delicious desserts topped with this fluffy Italian treat.
Like most meringue recipes, Italian meringue starts with sugar, water and egg whites. The main difference is that the Italian method melts the sugar and water together to create a syrup before slowly adding in the egg whites and whipping the mixture to stiff peaks. Because the egg whites are combined with heated syrup, this meringue doesn’t need to be baked before you can enjoy it.