Home-Made Zefir

Submitted by Nobility_Cuisine on Wed, 02/27/2019 - 04:07.


4 white apple
1 pinch cinnamon
1 pinch vanilla
1 fresh egg white
8.7 oz (250 g) sugar
¼ oz (8 g) agar-agar
6.1 fl oz (160 mL) water


Peel apples, and cut them into slices, then microwave them for 5 minutes (or bake them in a hot oven).

Make a puree from baked apples.

Take 8.7. oz (250 g) the apple puree, and place in a deep bowl.

Stir puree with a sugar and a cinnamon, blend well, and set aside to chill.

Meanwhile, stir an agar-agar with a water, and let to sit for about 10 minutes.

Whip an egg white for about 1 minute, then add a half of the whipped egg white into the apple puree, and whip them for about 2 minutes together.

Then, add the leftovers of whipped egg white (by portions) into apple puree, and whip together until it increases twice in volume, and it turns its color to white.

Place the sauce-pan with the agar-agar and water on a low heating, and stir until agar-agar dissolves.

(Do not allow it to boil!)

Pour the hot water with agar-agar into the apple puree mix by small portions, whipping permanently.

Whip until a mixture turns very thick.

Then, put the mixture into a confectionary bag, and press small “roses” on a baking sheet.
Let them to sit overnight, sprinkle with a sugar powder (optionally), and serve.


Without additional sugar, this dessert has not many calories in it.

You may also decrease an amount of sugar, and soak the "roses" into a melted chocolate.