Edible Clay and Rice Rubber Recipes for Cake Decorating

Edible Clay and Rice Rubber Recipes for Cake Decorating


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These recipes are used in some of my video tutorials on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXE6vdYrsjiE_Pl_1RVIE_g?view_as=subscriber

NOTE: These recipes require a lot of kneading by hand... these recipes are not recommended for anyone suffering from hand or wrist pain or are unable to knead very firm dough.

Included in this purchase are 5 versions of my Edible Rice Clay recipe, 2 versions of my Rice Rubber recipe and a video tutorial on how to make each recipe!

The Rice Clay recipe is designed to be used almost anywhere gum paste is used in cake decorating, but with the ability to make these decorations flexible and more resistant to humidity and breakage! Rice Rubber is similar, but it is much more flexible and doesn't hold fine details from petal veiners as well as the clay recipe does.

And like gum paste, these recipes DO NOT TASTE GOOD! They have an unsweet rice/starch flavor... it is very bland! It is meant to be used like gum paste - as decorations, not meant to be eaten!

These recipes last a very long time! I have flowers and pine branches that were made over 6 months ago and they are still just as beautiful as the day I made them! They have lost a little of their flexibility, but when exposed to humid air they do soften again.

A few special ingredients are required for these recipes, some of the more difficult ones to find are listed below. Be sure you are able to purchase these ingredients where you are located before you purchase this tutorial: Superfine White Rice Flour, Tapioca Starch, Mochiko Sweet Rice Flour (glutinous rice flour), Vegetable Shortening, and Light Corn Syrup. Be aware this is not a full list of the ingredients used in this recipe!

These recipes DO NOT use gelatin and are vegetarian!

Recipes use measurements such as Tablespoon, teaspoon, cups, and weight in grams... a food scale will be needed for these recipes. A steam pot, aluminum foil, and a silicone mat are all necessary for this tutorial.

This tutorial and the recipes in this tutorial are property of HowToCAKEThat.com and may not be reproduced, edited, shared, or distributed in any manner without written permission. This tutorial and the recipes may not be shared or retaught in part or in whole. Thank you for your understanding :)


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