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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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Thanks Gail! So I just mix these ingredients all together and beat? For how long? Can I store the mix in the refrigerator?And have you ever used this lace over dried royal icing?

Mena

I only used  it over fondant , ! yes whip till its is stringy when it peacks !like heavy royal ! cover tight ! , whip again the nx day b4 you use it ! its best to make the day b4 you use it and let it sit overnight , I did not refrig mine , keep in a cool dry place not refrig, , after you use what you need than you can refrig , , b4 you use it again it will need to be room temp- and re- whipped ,

I was not able to view it in youtube. It's deleted already. What is this for? Thanks everybody for the recipe.


its to make stretchable lace, and or nets, strings ,
Maria Gemini said:

I was not able to view it in youtube. It's deleted already. What is this for? Thanks everybody for the recipe.

I was not able to view the video. I saw Karo syrup as a brand use for pancake. Is it different from white karo?Can I use light corn syrup instead?I've seen how they make laces out of sugarveil but they use a ready made sugarveil. I want to try how to make it. Here's the video I watched.Thanks!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNgSjVZHwuA

Linda Wolff said:

I can't wait to try this out, Gail. I wonder how come you have to use pancake syrup instead of white karo?

I think I need help with this. 

Used this recipe

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

Round 1:  Added the tylose to the boiling water and it lumped and gelled so badly nothing else could be added.

Round 2:  Added everything except tylose, blended well and then added the tylose.  Ended up with a stiff gooey mess that was extremely hard to pipe.  Let it dry overnight in the oven and it is brittle.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Haven't  tried his yet, should be like sugar veil:
I wanted to make webs that I could pick up and drape on a cake without paying the high cost for that icing veil or whatever it is called. So I added a little here, and added a little there, and this is what I came up with, enjoy and let me know if it works out for you!!!

Gummy Spider Webs with marshmallows

Ingredients

  • 3 Tablespoons Meringue Powder 6 Tablespoons Water 1 Tablespoon Cream of Tarter 1 Tsp Vanella 1 1/2-2 pounds Powdered Sugar 2 cups Marshmallows (squish into measuring cup as much as you can) melted 8 Packages Geletin 1 Cup Hot Water Food dye gel

Instructions

3 Tablespoons meringue powder, 6 Tablespoons Water, 1 Tablespoon Cream of Tarter, 1 tsp vanella, mix well with wisk until lumps are gone. Add Powdered Sugar until it is about twice as thick as buttercream icing. (very stiff) may be lumpy. Add melted marshmallows. Dump 8 packages of geletin into a separate bowl and mix with 1 cup hot water, wisk until all lumps are gone. Add to Previous mixture by pouring geletin mixture through a strainer, and mix with a wisk until smooth. Add food gel dye to desired color and then microwave entire mixture 20 seconds at a time until very warm and mixture is smooth. Pour into piping bag and using a #5 tip pipe webs onto wax paper covered with a good layer of crisco to prevent sticking. If you don't use crisco they will stick to wax paper. Let set up for about 4-5 hours and then pick up webs careful not to let the webs bend and touch itself (they won't crack but will stick to itself!!) and drape on cake. As you work, your mixture WILL thicken, when it is too hard to pipe just take the tip off your bag and microwave on a plate for 5 seconds, replace tip and run tip under hot water while squeezing bag slightly until it flows easily again. When mixture in bowl thickens, just microwave for 20 seconds at a time until warm and smooth again. I hope this works for you as well as it did for me!! Just rember, you have to work with this stuff warm!! You can refrigerate mixture and just warm and wisk up again for more use.

LET ME KNOW IF YOU TRY IT !

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

question for the above recipe:

Hi all ;

How long does it take to dry?

-How many days in advance can the  "LACE"  be made?

-What is the life spam for the "LACEl' after it is been place on the cake?

Thank you very much

 

THANK YOU ; )

Deah said:

I think I need help with this. 

Used this recipe

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

Round 1:  Added the tylose to the boiling water and it lumped and gelled so badly nothing else could be added.

Round 2:  Added everything except tylose, blended well and then added the tylose.  Ended up with a stiff gooey mess that was extremely hard to pipe.  Let it dry overnight in the oven and it is brittle.

Does anyone have any suggestions?


IF ITS ON THE CAKE ITS OK , IT DUZ GET BRITTLE when its in the  air is  to long , but its the same as the sugarveil ! works ,looks, and drys up the same !
jenny lou said:

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

question for the above recipe:

Hi all ;

How long does it take to dry?

-How many days in advance can the  "LACE"  be made?

-What is the life spam for the "LACEl' after it is been place on the cake?

Thank you very much

 

Hi. Can i ask what Karo is. Thanks
 
Deah said:

I think I need help with this. 

Used this recipe

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

Round 1:  Added the tylose to the boiling water and it lumped and gelled so badly nothing else could be added.

Round 2:  Added everything except tylose, blended well and then added the tylose.  Ended up with a stiff gooey mess that was extremely hard to pipe.  Let it dry overnight in the oven and it is brittle.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

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