Espiros Recipe


espiros recipe

Espiros Recipe

Step 1. Preheat the oven to 250 degrees F (120 degrees C). Grease 2 baking sheets. · Step 2. In a large bowl, combine the egg whites, salt, orange juice and ...

This is an old Portuguese recipe that my Vovo taught me how to make. It is great for the typical huge Portuguese family party or reunion, it is a very light meringue cookie, it is very simple, but I insist that you use an electric egg beater. This is very sweet, and has a hint of citrus flavor to it. If you don't use an electric egg beater, it will take you hours to prepare it!
espiros dois ii recipe

Espiros Dois (II) Recipe

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. · In a large glass bowl, beat the egg whites with an electric mixer ...

This is a family recipe from my VaVoa (Portuguese grandmother). Our family always decorated them with the little silver BB candies. Save your egg yolks for the Arroz Doce! Espiros means 'sighs' in Portuguese.
espiros dois ii recipe

Espiros Dois (II) Recipe

This is a family recipe from my VaVoa (Portuguese grandmother). Our family always decorated them with the little silver ... Espiros means 'sighs' in Portuguese.

This is a family recipe from my VaVoa (Portuguese grandmother). Our family always decorated them with the little silver BB candies. Save your egg yolks for the Arroz Doce! Espiros means 'sighs' in Portuguese.
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"This is a family recipe from my VaVoa (Portuguese grandmother). Our family always decorated them with the little silver BB candies.


espiros dois ii review by linda correia

Espiros Dois (II) - Review by Linda Correia

Aug 31, 2011 ... Thank you for the recipe very much! I just wanted to also stick up for you. Vovo also means grandma Espiros also mean meringue which anyone ...

Thank you for the recipe very much! I just wanted to also stick up for you. Vovo also means grandma Espiros also mean meringue which anyone could sigh over. Brazillian portuguese is not the same as the Azores, Central CA or Portugal.
espiros dois ii review by ana from brasil

Espiros Dois (II) - Review by Ana from Brasil

Scotty, I loved you recipe. Being Brazilian (portuguese speeking), I ask you to please correct 2 words: grandmother is "Vovo´" and sighs is "Suspiros".

Scotty, I loved you recipe. Being Brazilian (portuguese speeking), I ask you to please correct 2 words: grandmother is "Vovo´" and sighs is "Suspiros".
espiros dois ii review by gida

Espiros Dois (II) - Review by Gida

Thanks for the recipe Scotty. My family is from Portugal and this is my mom's favorite cookie. I didn't give a full five stars because mine didn't look like ...

Thanks for the recipe Scotty. My family is from Portugal and this is my mom's favorite cookie. I didn't give a full five stars because mine didn't look like the ones I see in the bakery...but I have to say they're still delicious! I think my egg white amount might have been off since the eggs were different sizes, but I'm definitly going to try to make them again. Thank you.
espiros dois ii review by alice

Espiros Dois (II) - Review by Alice

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These are quite refreshing! Of course, I never have vinegar on-hand so I substituted 2 tsp of lemon juice for the vinegar. Makes for a nice chewy, lemony cookie. They're also quite pretty!
portuguese snow drops review by tweckles

Portuguese Snow Drops - Review by tweckles

Feb 21, 2016 ... We call the Espiros though, but the same recipe. I make these on all special occasions, my son just loves them!

Excellent, just the way my Avo would make them. We call the Espiros though, but the same recipe. I make these on all special occasions, my son just loves them!
portuguese snow drops recipe

Portuguese Snow Drops Recipe

We call the Espiros though but the same recipe. I make these on all special occasions my son just loves them! Read More. Helpful.

Portuguese snow drops, or 'sonjos,' are small meringue cookies made of beaten egg whites, sugar, and lemon juice. Add food coloring or sprinkles for seasonal decoration.