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What are the procedures to make Fondant Cakes?
Many of us love cakes and out of them, a few ones love to bake it as well. Baking cake and decorating it one of the very common habits among people. Fondant cakes are those ones in which, fondant which is an icing-like substance are used to decorate or sculpt pastries. It is quite easy to make and try new fondant.
Let's look at the procedure today to make the fondant cakes:
0.70 oz (20 g) powdered gelatine + ⅕ cup (50 ml) cold water
3.3 oz (100 g) fructose + 1½ tbsp (20 ml) water
1 tbsp glycerine
30.4 oz (900 g) powdered sugar
Mix the measured gelatine in cold water and let stand for a few minutes.
Now, combine the fructose with water and heat it until it starts boiling, keep stirring. Boil it for 30 sec. and remove from heat. Then you can add gelatine and glycerine. combine and mix it well.
Add the mixture to half of the powdered sugar, and stir with a spoon to mix it completely and then slowly add the remaining powdered sugar. Now, turn onto your working surface and knead until it comes together.
Leave it on the working surface for 30 minutes for cooling.
You can cover it in a plastic wrap, in an air-tight container on room temperatures. If you don't use all the quality at once, there are chances to become hardened. To make it soft again, heat it in the microwave for 4 seconds, it will become pliable again and ready to use.
You can store it well for 1 month, but it's best to use in 2-3 days after its preparation.
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