How to Decorate a Cake with Royal Icing?

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Using a turn table to place the cake is the easiest way to move when icing a cake. Put the royal icing drop in the middle of the cake and spread it evenly on the cake with a palette knife. Move the knife along the royal icing spread until air bubbles are gone and the icing looks even. Remove excess icing with the help of the knife tip and cover the sides using the same method. Leave the cake in a dry to set the icing.
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1. Place a marzipanned cake in the center of a turntable. Put a large drop of royal icing in the center of the cake. Cover the remaining icing so it does not dry out. 2. Use a palette
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Usually buttercream icing is the most common icing for decorating cakes and cupcakes : Here's a good one! http://www.recipelink.com/cookbooks/2005/0743246616_4.html.
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Butter Cream is pretty much a butter/sugar frosting. Royal icing contains beaten/whipped egg whites and sugar. There is no butter. So the main difference is Butter in one and whipped
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Are you asking about the smooth icing on the cake or
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1. Place a marzipanned cake in the center of a turntable. Put a large drop of royal icing in the center of the cake. Cover the remaining icing so it does not dry ...
1. Place a marzipanned cake in the center of a turntable. Put a large drop of royal icing in the center of the cake. Cover the remaining icing so it does not dry ...
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