are meringues suppose to soggy in the inside?
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Some meringues are meant to be soft, such as that on a lemon meringue pie, but not soggy. There are some that are completely crisp. I prefer meringues to be sort of moist and chewy on the inside, but never soggy.
Merrill is a co-founder of Food52.
If you leave them in the oven a little longer (at a low temperature), the insides should dry out.
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