This isn’t taking away nothing from the original recipe that one deserves its place in the mixing community however I always thought I could improve on the recipe in creating something fuller,simpler and easier to mix and upon development I think I’ve achieved that.
This time I’ve ripped it apart so it shouldn’t really be compared with the original remix and it should be respected in its own rights and not really be compared.
Here’s some quick notes but without writing a biography just mix it up and compare the 2 and I’ll let you decide but in my opinion V2 wins hands down purely over its simplicity and maintaining a fuller pastry and lemon flavour.
Fa Apple pie
A wonderful pastry base that should work when you want some crust. It doesn’t lend a Apple flavour when used low but more a buttery crumbled pastry.
This compliments the Apple pie perfectly adding another level to the Apple pie adding texture and a deeper baked pastry.
Cap lemon meringue pie
Originally I loved fw lemon meringue pie but unfortunately I feel this is a more balanced profile it doesn’t shout lemon but it’s other properties fit perfectly in what I’m achieving so it’s a given and a perfect base to the recipe to build around.
If only this was available first time round it’s a perfect lemon which doesn’t fade much when bumped up in percentages. It sits wonderfully in the recipe and I wouldn’t use any other lemon in making this profile. It works great in dessert recipes but may not work in other profiles.
Wouldn’t be a pastry recipe without a little butter it adds additional properties to the pastry as well as curding the lemon.
It was in the original and it returns this time round. It’s a remix of the original dinner lady and it’s profile states meringue so it has to stay. However this time less is more 1% sits perfectly and melds together the whole recipe.
Cap super sweet
A Remix needs some commercial sweetness.
|(CAP)||Lemon Meringue Pie|
|Total flavoring: 11.75% Steep Days: 5 (SNV) Best VG: 70% Temperature: 0|
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