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Fondant icing

A form of cake and patisserie icing, often used for petits fours and small cakes, as it"s less brittle than glace icing - made by heating sugar to the "ball" stage (116 degrees centigrade). It is sometimes flavoured with fruit liquor. See our Recipe section - "Icing, Fondant"

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