AmbitiousBeginner Posted 15 Feb 2013 , 6:23pm
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I recently posted a question on CC asking about ganache in preparation for my first attempt at making and filling/icing a cake with it.  Thanks to all the helpful responses I received, it went well. I think the MMF Iooked the cleanest, compared to when I use bc.

 

Now I have more questions because the ganache was a hit.  Everyone loved it! I want to try pouring ganache now.

 

Last time I used twice as much Nestle semi-sweet chocolate chips as heavy whipping cream and used the microwave, then let it sit overnight.

 

For poured ganache, do I do the same?  Do I just warm it up after I'm done with the crumb coat, so I can pour?  Or do I need to make a different batch of ganache for pouring?

 

If anyone has other tips/advice, that would be great!

 

Thanks!

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AmbitiousBeginner Posted 16 Feb 2013 , 1:43am
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Anyone?

SamieSugarCake Posted 17 Feb 2013 , 10:14pm
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AWhat is CC, MMF, and ganache? Im only 17 and hopping to make baking my career one day but I have a lot to learn still. I'm new at this.

AlyT Posted 17 Feb 2013 , 10:20pm
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ACc is cake central mmf is marshmallow fondant and ganache is a type of icing. Very yummy. I wish I could help with your question. I've only used ganache once is it was the type you used. I would think your warm it up to pour it. Hope someone can help more!

pmarks0 Posted 18 Feb 2013 , 12:30am
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I've never made it, but I found this recipe.  The chocolate to cream proportions will definitely be different if you want to pour it.

 

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/chocolate-ganache/

bigdad Posted 18 Feb 2013 , 12:54am
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 I just made chocolate ganache and poured it over a cake and it was easier than I thought it would be. I used Buddy's (Cake Boss) receipe 1 cup heavy cream,9 ounces semisweet chocolate (I used chocolate chips) and 1 table spoon light corn syrup. put the cream in a saucepan on med.high het when it begins to simmer remove from heat add the chips and corn syrup and mix well. then pour over your cake.
 

bigdad Posted 18 Feb 2013 , 12:57am
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also go to youtube and watch it being done

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