The Pavlova only takes a few ingredients to make and most people have them in their frig and pantry. Dollop cream onto cold pavlova. Top with peach slices, sprinkle pistachios and drizzle with peach … Which means that if you need a special dessert any day of the week you have what it takes to make this. If you can't find good, fragrant, fully ripe nectarines, you can use peaches, or simply load it up with a mix of berries. This Peach Melba Pavlova is a stunning showstopper of a dessert that tastes absolutely amazing – a soft, chewy on the inside meringue piled high with softly whipped cream, sliced peaches and raspberry sauce! Serves 10 people. Thickened Cream; Goulburn Valley Peach Slices in Juice; Icing Sugar; Fresh raspberries; Fresh Mint; Quick and Easy Christmas Dessert Peach and Raspberry pavlova. We've used peach slices & raspberries to top ours but any fruit you like will work. Let me show you how to make the perfect Pavlova with my simple tips. Prep 10mins. I have chosen the fresh peaches because it’s peach season and what could be better than a sun-ripened peach. In a small food processor, puree 1/2 cup peach slices with reserved juice. Ingredients. Pavlova is a crowd pleaser and the perfect way to use up egg whites from making spaghetti carbonara (recipe here). Gently fold in mascarpone. Two classic desserts combine in this recipe from Melissa Clark, which tops a delicate pavlova with the peaches and cream of peach Melba. To make the filling, beat the cream until very soft peaks form – this should take about 1 minute using an electric whisk on a medium-high speed, longer if whisking by hand. Bring on the pav - always in fashion, always delicious - here made with the best of the summer fruit. Ingredients:For the meringue Four large egg whites 250g of caster sugar 1 … For the mascarpone cream, use an electric mixer to beat cream, icing sugar and vanilla until soft peaks form. 700gm Goulburn Valley Peaches in Juice. 6 eggs, separated If you have a warm Christmas, as we do, you can leave the heavy pudding for some other time.