|Forum topic by funfetti||posted 351 days ago||591 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
351 days ago
Although I like the way the Wilton fondant covers the cake, I just purchased a large tub of Satin Ice. My question is this – does anyone have trouble with coverage when using Satin Ice?
I’ve been experimenting to see how I can best utilize it since many people seem to prefer the taste of Satin Ice. If I do a crumb coating and then cover the cake with Satin Ice, you can see every little ridge, or bump underneath, even if the crumb coating is perfectly smooth. If I do a crumbcoating and then put an extra layer of buttercream, it still shows all imperfections and it looks bulky.
If I roll the fondant thicker, it’s too heavy and the cake bulges… I also seem to get a lot of marks on the fondant… so, as you can read, I need help with this Satin Ice.
Any and all advice is welcome!!!!
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