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What is the best MMF recipe

post #1 of 5
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I am using a MMF recipe that I find diffcult at times. It seems sticky and when I addmore PS it seems too dry. I think it is the recipe I amĀ using. Looking for one that tastes good and works well. Thanks

post #2 of 5
That's the problem with mmf; it's not easy to work with. Most likely, your recipe is fine. I only use it when I'm in a pinch.

If you firmly believe that the recipe is the problem, we'd need to know what recipe you're using.
post #3 of 5

If it is too dry and crumbly use glycerin and shortening.

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post #4 of 5
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I did add a little shortening to it and it seemed to work better until I was smoothing the top of my cake, it stuck to it and would not come off without tearing it. I do like the look of the fondant when it is rolled using PS.

post #5 of 5
I have recently begun to add a tablespoon of light corn syrup to my MMF and find that it has greatly improved the pliability of the fondant and dispensed with the problem of dryness as well.
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