it says 3 packs of gelatin the gelatin here comes in small square individual sheets that come in a pack of 12 would i use 3 of these sheets or is it 3 boxes ?
Does this help?http://britishfood.about.com/od/glossary/g/gelatin.htm
Can you not get granulated gelatin there, the sheets are pretty rare over here, so most things call for the powder. It sounds like you want 6 sheets per packet. Not sure how you would use it in the recipe though... soak it in the heavy cream? Good luck!
no i dont think i can get powdered gelatin the sheets will dissolve when heated and go soft when in liquid so you think it would need 18 sheets? ie 6 per pack
Are you referring to the Michelle Foster's Fondant recipe? If so, it only calls for 3 Tablespoons not 3 packs.
the full recipe requires 3 tsp of gelatin i thought it was six tsp? so if i want to half the recipe how many tsp will i need?
Its 3 tablespoons (tbsp) not teaspoons (tsp)
Which recipe are you using?