Ecuadorian Meringue

The “espumillas”, or meringue, are a traditional Ecuadorian dessert prepared with egg whites, sugar, and fruit pulp; the guava is the most used fruit to prepare foams. It is widespread to find hawkers or street vendors that sell foams; they are usually located at the exit of schools, in markets, and central squares during weekends or holidays.

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The “espumillas”, or meringue, are a traditional Ecuadorian dessert prepared with egg whites, sugar, and fruit pulp; the guava is the most used fruit to prepare foams. It is widespread to find hawkers or street vendors that sell foams; they are usually located at the exit of schools, in markets, and central squares during weekends or holidays.

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