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Marzipan

I found this recipe in a book that i have just bought. I decided to use this recipe on my next cake. it turned out great! I had never used marzipan before. and it tastes alot better than fondant. Ingrediants- 2 c. ground almonds 1/2 c. sugar 1 c. powdered sugar 1 egg lightly beaten 1 tbsp. lemon juice Directions- 1. mix almonds, sugar, and powdered sugar in a bowl. 2. work in the egg and lemon juice till stiff 3. turn onto a lightly sugared workspace 4.knead dough until really smooth

Comments (12)

Is almond butter considered ground almonds? Is almond meal considered ground almonds? Are both acceptable?
Did you use this as a replacement for fondant on a cake?
This may be a silly question, but english is not my mother tongue. What does c. stand for??
Can I use canned almond paste?
what is ground almond? pouder?
Does anyone know where I can purchase the clover, aces of playing cards? Want to cutout these for a casino theme.
yes nicolemrad, ground almond is powder!
the c means a cup i hope.
Is Almond Flour same as Almond "powder"? Thanks....
Can I replaces lemon juice with almond essence?
Almond Flour/meal is simply blanched almonds ground into a fine powder. I use it in my recipe for Linzer cookies It can be referred to as almond powder as well.
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