caduchi Posted 18 Aug 2005 , 8:24am
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I have a cake to make for saterday, this is a new costemer. This lady don't want her filling nor her icing to sweet.

I never find my icing tooooo sweet but then everybody has a different in teast.

I read some time this week about adding salt to icing to cut down on the sweetness. can any body help with a good icing and filling thats not to sweet and still teast good.

And oh yes almost forgot it have to be able to sit out side for a good few hours.

Thanks in advance for all the help.

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ntertayneme Posted 18 Aug 2005 , 1:24pm
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You say it has to sit outside for awhile, what is the temperature outside where you're located? If it's warm/summer there and your temperatures are above 80 degrees/26.7 Celsius, you will need to add some meringue powder to your icing to help it not to melt so quickly .. that's the bad part about icings that contain shortening icon_sad.gif

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