Making Fondant/gumpaste Figures

Decorating By Sweet_Cakes Updated 22 Jul 2011 , 1:28am by tokazodo

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Sweet_Cakes Posted 22 Jul 2011 , 12:53am
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So, I'm making my mom's wedding cake, as well as her wedding cake topper. I've only made one topper...and it came out well...but not the way I wanted it to. I just came across someone's picture and it said that they used a really fine RKT recipe to mold the character before covering in gumpaste. Can someone give me the recipe or point me in a direction that I can find it? Also, does anyone have any helpful hints that I could use?

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tokazodo Posted 22 Jul 2011 , 1:28am
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I think when you read 'fine', rkt, what it meant was that they took the rice cereal and ground it up find, possible with a food processor, before they made the rkt.
If you grind the cereal fine, it will be smoother with no lumps or bumps.

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