Fondant Covering

Decorating By valcomer Updated 25 Aug 2010 , 7:44pm by shalini1

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valcomer Posted 25 Aug 2010 , 3:15pm
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after i crumb coat a cake and want to cover with fondant do i have to chill a cake to cover with fondant? in the freezer, in the fridge? get the cake solid enough so that i can use fondant cake is so soft when i put fondant on it that i have a hard time smoothing...and i notice other people in online videos do it pretty that the trick?...chilling...and if it does get chilled do i spritz the icing with water for the fondant to stick to it?...will the cold cake effect the fondant with condensation or anything>? any tidbits or tricks would be helpful.

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Louise0303 Posted 25 Aug 2010 , 7:14pm
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I do a crumb layer and then put in the fridge for a bit.

I then remove from fridge and add a little bit more butter icing to the cake and then add my fondant.

I find that the extra butter icing, just helps me get a smoother finish.

Im not sure how other ppl do it.

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shalini1 Posted 25 Aug 2010 , 7:44pm
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I know some people don't like to refrigerate it right before covering the cake with fondant, but I've never actually had a problem. For best tips, get Sharon Zambito's "Flawless Fondant" DVD. I found it helped me a great deal! gl!

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