About this recipe: This meringue is made with a sugar syrup and is stabilised by cornflour. More durable than most meringues, it can be used to top one lemon meringue pie, or can be piped onto a baking tray to make nests.
Something else. I used this meringue to make nests. They turned out really dry and perfect for topping with custard or cream and fresh fruit. I would probably add a Tbsp more sugar if making nests again. - 08 Oct 2008 (Review from Allrecipes AU | NZ)
I gave this recipe a 2 for sending cooks down the wrong path. You are not looking for a clear 'syrup'. You are looking for a 'gel' instead. Make sure your mixer is on high when adding the 'gel' in. If you see the consistency get soupy, that means your 'gel' was not thick enough. Apply your 'gel' liberally into your whipped egg whites to keep the airy peaks. Make sure also to whip your egg whites away from your oven and do not try to do a meringue in high humidity or foggy days unless you want soupy results. - 08 Oct 2008 (Review from Allrecipes AU | NZ)
This is the yummiest, easiest, meringue recipe. It tasted and looked beautiful. this is the only meringue i have ever had turn out on a lemon pie. I highly recommend this recipe!!!!! - 08 Oct 2008 (Review from Allrecipes AU | NZ)