Any fruit or even gummy candy topping will always look and taste delightful on a thick bed of whipped cream floating above a baked meringue, but Nigella Lawson's suggestion of juicy bright red pomegranate seeds seemed an especially seasonal choice for colour — and one in which I was so pleased that this Christmas pavlova is my entry to Holler's No Croutons Required "taste of Christmas" roundup this month. This recipe is transcribed for those of us who don't otherwise bake in British idioms or metric measures from Lawson's wonderful How to Be a Domestic Goddess collection.
|Nigella Lawson's Christmas Pavlova|
|Recipe by Lisa Turner|
Transcribed from How to Be a Domestic Goddess
Published on December 13, 2008
Sweet and fluffy like an enormous marshmallow meringue pillow of snow covered with bright red pomegranate arils, this is a Christmas classic.
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I am submitting this to the December Blog Hop featured at Recipe Lion featuring holiday dessert recipes.