Thanks, Sally. I usually just add 1 tablespoon of tylose to fondant. I'll try yours to see if it works better.
this is the recipe that we used at my school. Keep in mind that this recipe can be a bit dry and is meant to be mixed with fondant. I usually do a 50/50 mixture. I guess I should've put that in the instructions.
oh...I did mention that. heh. :-)
Sugarbutter: Whats the ratio for tylose : fondant please to make modelling paste
I've seen a ratio of 250g fondant to 1 tbsp of tylose. When I use fondant/tylose I usually just go by feel
where do I buy it? does michaels or a hobby lobby carry this?
Michaels carries tylose :) I have also bought it online.
I have a question... is tylose the same as Wilton brand Gum Tex. At one of the Wilton classes we mixed a small amount of Gum Tex with fondant to make roses. After a few days the dried very hard and in theory edible. If I mix the Gum Tex with fondant can I make the lid for the shoe box? Thanks
Thank you for this recipe :) what is the purpose of tylose and what is it exactly lol? Is glucose = to corn syrup ? Thank you.
I need to correct my comment above. I've checked since and the ration of fondant to tylose is 250g to 1/2 tsp...not 1 tbsp. Sorry for the error!!
I've never used Gum Tex so I can't say.
glucose is a sugar syrup. I'm not sure if you can sub corn syrup or not.
One question....you said you use 50/50 with fondant...you make this and mix with fondant right ? And does it have to be any fondant ? Can I mix with say marshmallow fondant ?
Same questions as cakeygirl723
Thank you for this recipe, finally one recipe without egg whites, I will try it.
Could I substitute corn syrup for the glucose?
When do you add in the fondant? After you have kneaded it? When do you color it?
I just tried this recipe and it seems really great. I'm not a professional by any means, but it was easy to work with for me. FYI-I did substitute corn syrup for the glucose and it seemed to work fine. =) Happy Baking
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