fondant

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fondant paste
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Dark chocolate
A flavored sugar preparation, used for icing cakes
A croquette
A sweet made of a soft paste of flavoured (and usu. coloured) sugar; (more fully fondant paste) such a paste
Fondant is a sweet paste made from sugar and water. fondant cakes
A sweet paste made by heating and beating a mix of sugar, water and a flavouring (usually vanilla, cocoa or coffee)
This is a mixture of sugar, water, and cream of tartar cooked to the "soft-ball" stage This mixture is cooled, then beaten and kneaded until pliable Used both as a candy and as an icing
A very sweet, pasty confection used as icing or candy filling
A mixture of sugar, water, and cream of tartar, cooked to the soft-ball stage, then beaten and kneaded Fondant is used as a filling for candy or for decorating cakes
Martha Stewart's favorite This icing looks smooth and stiff and is made with gelatin and corn syrup to give it its helmet-like appearance (it's really very cool looking) It looks the best when decorated with marzipan fruits, gum paste flowers, or a simple ribbon, like Martha likes to do Although not as tasty as buttercream or ganache, fondant does not need refrigeration, so it's the perfect icing to serve at your beach wedding
candy made of a thick creamy sugar paste
A gelatin and confectioners sugar mixture used to cover cakes It is beaten and kneaded until extremely pliable It can be tinted different colors and gives cakes a smooth porcelainlike finish It was introduced in England and has become very popular in the United States
(1) A sweet, creamy sugar paste used in candies and icings Derived from the French word fondre meaning "to melt " Used as both candy and icing, fondant is a simple sugar-water-cream of tartar mixture cooked to the soft- ball stage (240 degrees F) It is then poured out on a cold hard surface, such as marble, and worked and moved about with a spatula until the sugar has developed into a kind of granular paste This is then kneaded by hand until smooth (2) A candy containing this paste
European Fondant is not rolled fondant Fondant originates from "fondre" - to melt and is a soft creamy preparation of sugar, water, and flavoring Rolled Fondant is a Canadian term for Sugarpaste, which is a different product Uncooked Fondant is made by simply mixing all ingredients together
A kind of soft sweetmeat made by boiling solutions to the point of crystallization, usually molded; as, cherry fondant
{i} type of candy
soft icing made from melted sugar
This is an icing made of sugar syrup and glucose, which is cooked to a specific temperature and then kneaded to a smooth, soft paste This paste can then be colored or flavored and used as an icing for cakes and petit fours
Fondant is the French word for dark or "Pure" chocolate (Contrasts with milk chocolate or "Lait")
a melted and cooled, aerated sugar used to cover and preserve cakes There are different forms of fondant, like icing fondant and rolling fondant Rolling fondant is most popular with finishing wedding cakes
fondant icing
Made of fondant paste
fondant paste
A sweet made of a soft paste of flavoured (and usu. coloured) sugar; (more fully fondant paste) such a paste
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    [ 'fän-d&nt ] (noun.) 1877. 19th century. From French fondant (“melting”), from fondre (“to melt”), from Latin fundere (“to melt”).

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