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Fondant Icing

For you to achieve a perfect cake covering you need to consider some tips. These tips include:

Have a perfect ganache: There is no way your cake will have a perfect finish if it has a crude ganache.

Roll a thin fondant: To achieve a perfect finish you should roll your fondant thin. You should roll it 3-4 mm or even thinner if your fondant allows you. To have an easy time you should make use of rolling pins with spacers.

Cut your cake neatly: To keep the bottom edge clean you should neatly cut your fondant. To achieve ideal results, you should make use of a pizza wheel. Also, use a super sharp knife or scalpel to trim the seam at the back of the cake. This plays a significant role in making the seam neat.

Add color: To give your cake an interesting look, it’s wise to add color to it. For ideal results, you should add one drop of food color at a time and knead the color into your fondant. It’s common for the icing to feel tacky. When it does, you should sprinkle a little powdered sugar into it. All you need to do is to gently rub it over the sticky area with the palm of your hand.

Seal the cracks: When you are applying the icing, it can break. When this happens, you shouldn’t worry as all you need to do, is patch the cracks using little water and your finger.

This is what you need to know about fondant icing. You should apply your preferred color and shape the unit in a design that you are proud of.