Why does the Alaska not melt in a baked Alaska?

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There is no baked Alaska. However if the world gets too hot everything will melt.
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What alcohol is used in Baked Alaska?

No Alcohol, read on.. BAKED ALASKA. 4 egg whites 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar 1/4 teaspoon vanilla 1/4 cup confectioners sugar 6 individual short

How do you light baked Alaska?

Where I used to work we used a small blowtorch. Best way is to bake it in a hot oven or, if you are in a hurry, place it under a salamander for a few seconds.

How do you set baked Alaska on fire?

I would suggest with something like a BBQ lighter so you don't burn your hand when the rum, cognac or whatever you're using ignites.

What is the origin of 'baked Alaska'?

Baked Alaska (also known as glace au four , omelette à la norvégienne , Norwegian omelette and omelette surprise ) is a dessert made of ice cream placed ina pie dish

What happens to baked Alaska when cooked?

Once it is assembled and put in the oven, it only stays in long enough to lightly brown the meringue. This should only just begin to melt the ice cream. Another method is to u

Is baked Alaska a cake?

It has a cake base, but it would be a dessert not a cake. Dessert is a catch all for things that are not something specific like cake or pie.

Why does your ice cream in baked Alaska melt?

It shouldn't melt, the sponge around it should insulate it when in the oven to save it from melting. The oven may be too hot, or you may have it in too long if the ice cream i
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What cuisine is baked Alaska?

Baked Alaska is a dessert generally considered to be American inorigin, though of course prior to the discovery of Alaska it wascalled something else. There seems to be some d