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Quick Pour Fondant Icing
Recipe works great. the procedure needs to be changed. I had stunning results, but I had to adjust the way I prepared the fondant. Heat the water, syrup and flavor to 110 or 125. Put liquid in Mixing bowl and slowly add the sugar, you may need more or less depending on the humidity. If the fondant starts to get too cool it will thicken. Have a water bath on the stove or crock pot to warm the cooling fondant. Any of the spills, drips can be reheated this way too. Just scrape it back into a heat safe bowl and place over the water bath until you have the consistency you want. *For more flavor and color add a little "kool-aid" powder before adding powdered sugar to heated liquid.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 17, 2010

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