Eton Mess with lawyer and goat feet (for Easter!)

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Eton mess is a well-known dish for many. Probably because it is very tasty, but secretly also because it is easy to prepare. An eton mess consists of only a few ingredients and is also ideal if you have a lot of eaters. This variant is the ideal dessert for Easter (because lawyer and goat legs) and surprisingly tasty (even if you don’t like lawyer).


Ingredients for 4 people

  • 400 ml lawyer
  • 4 large egg whites
  • 125 grams of granulated sugar
  • 125 icing sugar
  • 400 ml whipped cream
  • 8 goat legs

You take a few glasses, throw all the ingredients together and voilà: the dessert for Easter is ready.

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This is how you make the dessert for Easter

Of course, you can buy ready-made eggnog in the supermarket to make the Eton Mess, but it is much tastier (and fuller in taste) to make eggnog yourself. So step 1: create a lawyer . Once you’ve made the eggnog, let it cool in the refrigerator until completely cold.

You can make your own meringues with the leftover egg white from the eggnog. Do this by whipping 4 egg whites with 125 grams of icing sugar and 125 granulated sugar until stiff. And by stiff we mean really stiff: you have to be able to hold the container upside down without the mixture falling out.

Put the meringues on a baking tray and put them in a preheated oven for 1 to 2 hours (depending on the size of the meringues) at 100 degrees. They don’t have to be beautifully shaped meringues, because we’re going to crumble them in the ‘mess’ anyway. Let the meringues cool completely before using.

Then whip the cream with some extra sugar (make it as sweet as you want) to a nice, lumpy whole.

Once you’ve made the eggnog, meringues, and whipped cream, you can get started making the Eton Mess. Take four clear glasses and put a layer of lawyer in each glass first. Then spoon in some whipped cream and crumble a layer of meringue over it. Top it off with a goat’s leg.

Repeat this one more time, so that you make four layers twice and the glass is nice and full. Crazy about goat’s feet? Then light one extra for fun (or bite them away while preparing).

Also interesting: Where does the name Eton Mess actually come from?

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