what exactly does this mean? what do dry, beaten egg whites look like? and is this a point of no return? are there any uses for these, or any recipes that require dry whites, or this purely an error o be avoided?
Bartender at San Francisco’s Heaven’s Dog and owner of Small Hand Foods, Jennifer Colliau is a fan of cocktails that incorporate egg whites. Here she explains the three most important things to keep in mind when you use them, so you can make a great Ramos Gin Fizz. (See more raw egg cocktails.)
Basic Boneless Roasted Leg of Lamb
A roasted boneless leg of lamb makes an impressive centerpiece for your table, but this recipe is easy enough to pull off any time. A classic gremolata perfumes the lamb; the mixture of garlic, lemon, and parsley holds its own against the strong flavor of the meat.
This classic coconut cake features a homemade frosting made from sugar, lemon juice, egg whites, vanilla extract, and shredded coconut. Perfect for parties or as an after-dinner dessert.
Smoky-Sweet BBQ Beef Short Ribs
Beef ribs can stand up to strong flavors. Here, a spicy-sweet rub with chili powder, cumin, cayenne, garlic, and brown sugar coats the meat, which is roasted to tenderness. Finishing on the grill with a smoky chipotle barbecue sauce ensures the meat gets a nice char and the sauce lacquers.