Neutral mirror glaze

DifficultyBeginner

Today I will show you how to make a neutral mirror glaze. With this recipe you can give a final touch of glitter to your pastry creations!

Neutral mirror glaze recipe
Prep Time20 minsCook Time0 minTotal Time20 mins
 5.30 oz sugar
 5.30 oz water
 0.25 oz powder gelatine
 1.25 oz cold water (for gelatin swelling)
1

To make the neutral mirror glaze first swell the gelatin in cold water.

2

Then bring to a boil the water and the sugar to make a syrup. Let the syrup cool down to 140°F and add the gelatin.

3

Next, let the preparation get cold and harden. To use the glaze, make it fluid in the microwave and brush the cake with it. The remaining glaze can be kept in the fridge for several days.

4

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Ingredients

 5.30 oz sugar
 5.30 oz water
 0.25 oz powder gelatine
 1.25 oz cold water (for gelatin swelling)

Directions

1

To make the neutral mirror glaze first swell the gelatin in cold water.

2

Then bring to a boil the water and the sugar to make a syrup. Let the syrup cool down to 140°F and add the gelatin.

3

Next, let the preparation get cold and harden. To use the glaze, make it fluid in the microwave and brush the cake with it. The remaining glaze can be kept in the fridge for several days.

4

Watch the recipe video on Youtube:

YouTube

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6

Amazon shopping links of some of the kitchen utensil used in this recipe:
- Glass bowls
- Portable hob
- Silicone baking mat
- Baking tray
- Pastry brush
- Small saucepan

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Neutral mirror glaze

12 Comments

  1. Thank you! Very instructive and easy to follow. I have been looking for this for such a long time. Thank you

  2. How do I liquify the glaze after refrigeration if I don’t have a microwave? Can I just put it on the stove until it liquifies? Thank you.

    1. You can use it with fruit. To make an intire cake look shiny I would look for a mirror glace recipe. Good luck!

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