@Anupama Joshi posted:
Thank you, @Econlady would love to try satin ice fondant. I have mostly worked with the rolled ready made Fondant by Wilton. It has a sort of bitterness that I cannot explain. Not sure if it because of the extent of color in the fondant.
Would you have a recipe for the satin ice fondant that you could share or point me in the direction of a baker/cookier who would have this recipe on their blog or website?
Buttercream icing on cookies is something I haven't heard of, I don't have any experience working with buttercream, but love it on cupcakes, so I will try it out with meringue powder. I will have to figure out how much meringue powder will be needed to harden the buttercream without compromising the taste.
Wilton fondant tastes awful and is hard to work with. The white likes to pick up clothing fibers. You buy satin ice. I know it’s on amazon, but I’ve seen it at Michaels. I color fondant (Satin Ice) with Roxy and rich fondust. There are recipes for fondant, but I’ve never had success making it. I’m not sure how much meringue powder to add to make it stiffer. You will have to experiment. My friend who is a teacher loves it. Are you using wilton meringue powder? I prefer Genies dream meringue powder. I use the recipe on the container and I really like it.