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Recipe--

1 tabs of tylose powder
1/4 cup of boiling water
1 tbls of powder sugar
2 level tbls of cornstarch
1/4 teasp  meringue powder
1/2 teasp of lite karo
add color at the end if needed

Recipe provided by Cyn

Here is  a recipe I came up with based on the Patent info for the original recipe:

Sugar.                     50.5 grams 
Dried egg white.       5.6 grams  (.198 oz)
Starch.                      0.3 grams
Xanthan Gum            0.3 grams
Maltodextrin.            1.0 .gram

These amounts are very small, multiply them all by the same larger number to have enough to weigh on a regular oz/gram scale.

Dissolve the Xanthan gum in just enough hot water to make it smooth, then add the rest and enough more hot water to make the paste like royal icing, beat till stiff enough to pipe.  Both maltodextrin and xanthan gum are available at Amazon and other sites online.  The starch is a modified food starch that thickens without cooking.

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yes its very easy to do ! don't let it dry to long with out covering it, it will dry out and crack up

Ok
So keep it covered while drying.

Gail, that video didn't say to put it 'directly on lace' did it? Man! I wish that video was still up! I thought they used a tip in a bag and followed the lace while covered by parchment. Darn it, now I am getting confused becasue I've been watching too many videos!

no  you can make your pattern, and pipe it on the parchment or silicone mat ! let dry ! depending on your weather , how long you can test the corner !than peel and put on your cake , or even put in a mold and let it dry !like I made the one's heart shape !

yes you can lie it on the parchment covered lace also 1

Linda Wolff said:

Gail, that video didn't say to put it 'directly on lace' did it? Man! I wish that video was still up! I thought they used a tip in a bag and followed the lace while covered by parchment. Darn it, now I am getting confused becasue I've been watching too many videos!

no June after its dry cover it so it stays flexable

Is it possible for who ever made the video to just rename it and repost it?


I think sugarveil made them take it off !
Vanessa Araiza said:

Is it possible for who ever made the video to just rename it and repost it?

Hey - I'm just seeing this conversation - I never saw the video - wish I did!! I tried making the recipe with the gelatin, marshmallows, confectioners sugar, cream of tartar and egg whites but it just wasn't the right consistency - seems like there was way too much confectioners sugar in it - it was very dry and cracked into a thousand pieces. Obviously I'm doing something wrong - but now that I have a big batch, is there anything I can do to fix it?

MENA ! if you look on about the 2nd or 3rd page you will see some other recipes ! they didn't leave this recipe up for more than 2 days , ; ( but I did right it down and posted it on this ! few pg's back ! good luck

Thanks Gail for your patience! What is Tylose powder and where do I get it? Also - can I make a big batch of this by just multiplying the ingredient amounts - will it still work? Can I refrigerate the lace and for how long? How can I attach it to dried royal icing on a cookie without ruining it?

Thanks for sharing!

Mena

YES YOU CAN MAKE BIG BATCH ! IT WONT STAY GOOD TO LONG! ;( ABOUT A WK , !
 I GOT TYLOSE FROM EBAY ! , ON some of my tut's on how I made my flowers will show you the jar I use . some use gum tex , but its smelly and its not a nice white ! its kind of gray ! so try to get your tylose powder ! most craft store don't have it , that's why I get it on line , I am never with out an xtra jar , I use a lot , to make my gumpaste with . good luck , try ebay !
mena raymond said:

Thanks Gail for your patience! What is Tylose powder and where do I get it? Also - can I make a big batch of this by just multiplying the ingredient amounts - will it still work? Can I refrigerate the lace and for how long? How can I attach it to dried royal icing on a cookie without ruining it?

Thanks for sharing!

Mena

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