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definitie van modeling chocolate:
Modeling chocolate is a pliable chocolate paste made by melting chocolate and combining it with corn syrup and/or a simple syrup (made from table sugar and water). Primarily used by upscale cakemakers and patisseries to add decoration to cakes and pastries, modeling chocolate is formed into a variety of shapes and structures that cannot be easily accomplished with other softer edible materials such as buttercream frosting, marzipan, or fondant. Modeling chocolate can be made from white, dark, semi-sweet, or milk chocolate
Modeling chocolate, sometimes called chocolate plastique, has the advantage of being more delicious than fondant. Modeling chocolate can be made with dark, milk, or white chocolate. The white chocolate version can be colored to make any color of the rainbow. It is the cake decorator' s equivalent of edible Play Dough.
Modeling chocolate can be used to make 2-D and 3-D edible decorations that impress. The results can be whimsical or elegant, or both. This easy two-ingredient recipe makes a chocolate dough that you can mold, shape, cut, tie, and paint to create whimsical or elegant decorations for cakes and desserts..