Alex Barker's 500 Ice Creams, Sorbets & Gelatos: The Only Ice Cream PDF

By Alex Barker

ISBN-10: 1416208070

ISBN-13: 9781416208075

Relax! In 500 Ice lotions, Sorbets & Gelatos meals specialist Alex Barker provides recipes for a big selection of incredible frozen muffins. jam-packed with impossible to resist rules for 500 clean treats, this publication comprises recipes for traditional ice lotions, sorbets, and Italian-style gelatos, in addition to dependent water ices and granitas, show-stopping ice-cream brownies and gateaux, kid-friendly frozen treats, and tempting dairy-free and low-fat, sugar-free frozen delights. This compendium additionally has suggestion on selecting and utilizing ice cream machines, in addition to directions for the fundamental approach to making ice cream with none specified gear. Illustrated with greater than a hundred and eighty full-color photographs.

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Knead the candy together with your hands until the marshmallow creme and coloring are mixed in. Begin to pull the candy apart between your hands. I. At first the candy will be soft and will droop, but continue to pull it for 20 minutes. J. By the end, the candy will hold its shape and will show parallel ridges when you pull it between your hands. K. 5-cm) pieces. L. Wrap the individual pieces of taffy in waxed paper. SUGAR CANDIES 49 @ CHAPTER 4 Fondant These days, fondant might be best known as the thick sugar paste used to cover wedding cakes and specialty desserts.

Finally, hard candies will eventually become sticky even in a low-humidity environment if left unwrapped, so after the candies are formed they should be well wrapped and kept in an airtight container for long-term storage. My hard candies taste like burned sugar. Hard candy should be cooked to approximately 300°F (149°C), or the hard-crack stage (see page 24). At this temperature, the candies will become brittle and hard, but the sugar has not yet caramelized. If the candies are cooked to a higher temperature, the sugar will take on a darker color and flavor and, eventually, burn.

Swirl the spoon through the candy, then gather it all together in the center of the pan and repeat. During this process, the clear, sticky syrup will gradually become more creamy and opaque. Continue to stir the fondant as it becomes thicker, until eventually it is stiff and difficult to stir. It might even become so stiff that it starts to crumble. Once you can no longer stir it, wet your hands and gather the fondant into a ball. Dust a work surface with powdered sugar and knead the fondant like bread dough until the texture has smoothed out, any crumbliness is gone, and it is supple and pliable.

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