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How to pipe a Traditional Royal Iced Wedding cake.


You will require Becknal or P.M.E. Tube numbers 44, 1, 2 and 3.

Plus plenty of grease-proof paper bags.....

Plus some freshly made Royal Icing.......

 

and a ready iced cake as above (at least three coates).

Start at the base of the cake and pipe shells using the number 44 tube

Overpipe the shells using the number 2 tube.

Mark the centre of each side before pipeing your scrolls....this helps keep the design symmetrical.

Pipe your scrolls using the number 44 tube.

Now using the number 3 tube over-pipe the scrolls..

And again using the number 2 tube.......

And again using the number 1 tube.

Now for some template pipeing...Cut out the required shape from a square of grease-proof paper and lay it centrally onto the top of the cake. place a frill cutter or some other handy object on the template to stop it from moveing out of place. Score a line arround the template in the icing using a metal scriber or a pin ....

Remove the template.....Now useing the number 3 tube follow the score mark...

 

Pipe another line on the inside of the last using a number 2 tube...

On the inside of this line pipe a scolloped line useing a number 1 tube...

On top of the outside number 3 line pipe a number 2 tube line..

and again with a number 1 tube.

Afix a ribbon of your choice around the middle of the cake using a blob of icing at the join to the back of the cake. The cake top can be a simple bride and groom as seen here or perhaps a floral arrangement in a vase or a clear pillar.

A page on pillars and how to stack the cakes will be posted shortly ............if you have any questions email Jane and she will be more than willing to answer them.

jane@imaginativeicing.co.uk

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