Poured Sugar Question

Sugar Work By heatherlikesfood Updated 7 Jul 2006 , 9:16am by SugarCreations

heatherlikesfood Posted 6 Jul 2006 , 6:49pm
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I once saw a technique used where the sugar was poured and cooled, but looked like coral, pumice, or lava rock once it cooled. It had lots of bubbles air pockets that made it look like it was still boiling when it set up. Does anybody know HOW to do this??

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JoAnnB Posted 6 Jul 2006 , 7:19pm
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Once you get the sugar to the candy stage, you CAREFULLY pour it over ice in a heatproof container. The sugar solidifies around the ice, then the ice melts. Very cool effect.

moydear77 Posted 6 Jul 2006 , 8:20pm
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You can get the same look by adding royal icing to boiled sugar. It will give the lava rock look.

SugarCreations Posted 6 Jul 2006 , 10:26pm
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Bubble sugar you are referring to. Use a clear spirit such as vodka or gin lightly rub it onto a silpat and then pour the hot sugar over it as the hot sugar comes into contact with the alcohol it begans to evaporate. Another technique known as rock sugar will also give the same effect.

heatherlikesfood Posted 7 Jul 2006 , 3:36am
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Thanks so much everybody! I have been searching the internet all over for this!! I will try it out! Thanks again. icon_smile.gif

SugarCreations Posted 7 Jul 2006 , 9:16am
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Get a chance go to www.pastrychef.info there is an article there that explains a lot of this stuff I believe it will help you Good Luck.

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