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Definition of the noun fondant

What does fondant mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: fondants

  1. candy made of a thick creamy sugar paste
    • lexical domain: Foods & Drinks - nouns denoting foods and drinks
    • more generic words: candy / confect = a rich sweet made of flavored sugar and often combined with fruit or nuts

Alternative definition of the noun fondant

noun

  1. A flavored sugar preparation, used for icing cakes.
  2. Dark chocolate.
  3. A croquette.

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Google previewCupcake Nibbles (2014)

by Michal Moses, Ivana Nitzan

Poured fondant is a smooth sugar glaze, best known as that deliciously shiny topping often found on French éclairs and petits fours. It is wonderful for...

Once the rolled fondant is the right consistency, add color and flavorings as desired.

Google previewEat More Better (2014)

How to Make Every Bite More Delicious by Dan Pashman

Fondant is the greatest insult to cake since Marie Antoinette. Pastry chefs like it because it's malleable and holds its shape well, so it can be made into elaborate designs that won't fall apart. The results are indeed ...

Google previewFarm life (1918)

by Edward Loomis Davenport Seymour

Fondant is the cheapest of all homemade candies and the foundation of many kinds; also it is easily made. To make fondant, add...

One of the good points of fondant is that it does not become stale; in fact, it improves when kept for some time.

Google previewFarm Knowledge (1922)

A Complete Manual of Successful Farming Written by Recognized Authorities in All Parts of the Country; Based on Sound Principles and the Actual Experience of Real Farmers - "The Farmer's Own Cyclopedia" by Edward Loomis Davenport Seymour

Fondant is the cheapest of all homemade candies and the foundation of many kinds; also it is easily made. To make fondant, add...

One of the good points of fondant is that it does not become stale; in fact, it improves when kept for some ime.

Google previewAdvanced Bread and Pastry (2008)

by Michel Suas

Fondant is a cooked sugar syrup that has been cooled and agitated in order to crystallize the sugar and...

Google previewThe Northwestern Reporter (1905)

fondant is the person who committed such crime. * * •" The court had previously read to the jury the statutory definition of the crime of robbery, and also stated to them the allegations of the information. The court had also given them the ...

Google previewThe Oxford Companion to Food (2014)

by Alan Davidson

Fondant is a relatively recent development in confectionery. It appears to have originated in the middle of the 19th century, probably in France, although the historian Mary Isin (2003) suggests that it might first have come from Ottoman Turkey.

Google previewThe Ann Arbor Cook Book (1904)

by First Congregational Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.). Ladies' aid society, Ann Arbor (Mich.). First Congregational Church. Ladies' aid society

FONDANT. Fondant is the foundation for nearly all French creams. It is necessary to have a marble slab or a piece of slate on which to stir the candy if you want the best results. Great care should be taken to follow explicitly the directions given.

Google previewThe Square: Sweet (2013)

by Philip Howard

e fondant is a mix of butter, sugar, eggs and chocolate, brought together while warm, then le to cool before being piped into disposable cocoa-lined pudding moulds. A er baking, they are turned out, coated with a rich chocolate foam and ...

Google previewThe Complete Photo Guide to Cookie Decorating (2013)

by Autumn Carpenter

RoIIed Fondant is a cookie covering Iike no other. The cIayIike materia| is roIIed and can be textured to produce a decorated cookie. Buttercream is a super sweet icing that is spread or piped onto the cookie For various textures and dimension.

Google previewHow to Use Fondant Icing & Cake Decorating Tips

by Brenda Crown

Fondant is a creamy white sugar that, when it dries, becomes stiff and smooth. Fondant is particularly useful in cake decorating because it can give an unblemished, smooth surface which is ideal for showcasing details and accents on the cake ...

Google previewHandbook On the Law of Torts

by Hale William Benjamin

“That an action in case will lie when there is concurrence of actual damage to plaintiff and wrongful act by do» fondant is a truism, yet, unexplained, misleading. ”'° Perhaps the others are bound or obliged by the law to do or forbesr towards. or ...

Google previewThe Elements of Cooking (2007)

Translating the Chef's Craft for Every Kitchen by Michael Ruhlman

Chocolate fondant is a chocolate mixture used for chocolate icing or for glazing fruits, candies, or pastries. Fondue: Fondue is the French term for melted. When vegetables are described as fondue—tomato fondue or leeks fondue—the word ...

Google previewThe Cosmopolitan (1899)

Fondant is the foundation of all cream candies or bonbons. It can be kept indefinitely in air-tight jars and used as required. It makes a delicious icing for small cakes, fruits or fruits glacés. Place in a saucepan one pound of granulated sugar, ...

Google previewAnnual Report of the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University and the Agricultural Experiment Station (1917)

by New York State College of Agriculture

RECIPES FONDANT Fondant is a mixture of sugar and water, cooked to the soft ball stage, cooled, beaten until creamy, and worked up into a soft moist mass, which may be used as a basis for many confections. 2 cupfuls sugar 1 cupful water ...

Google previewThe Candy Cook Book (2001)

by Alice Bradley

FONDANT CANDIES Fondant is the foundation of most bonbons and chocolate creams. It is made of sugar cooked with water or other liquid to 2380 F. The best results are secured by the use of a thermometer, but if one is not at hand, test the ...

Google previewSweetness (2009)

Delicious Baked Treats for Every Occasion by Sarah Levy

Fondant is a white sugar-based mixture that has myriad uses in baking and candy making; it is used for purposes as diverse as the cream filling in a chocolate-covered cherry and the smooth, perfect, and tint-ready surface of a wedding cake.

Google previewModern Cake Decoration (1978)

by L.J. Hanneman

The fondant should never be in contact with fierce heat and a bain-marie, or a water jacket, should be used. Fondant is a syrup in which there are thousands of minute sugar crystals in solution.

Google previewThe Ladies' Home Journal (1916)

ORANGE CHOCOLATE CnEAus: Mold orangeflavored and delicately colored fondant into crescent shapes. Dip in chocolate. PINEAPPLE CnocOLATE CREAISZ Pineapple flavor added to fondant is the basis of pineapple chocolate creams.

Google previewFast Food and Junk Food: An Encyclopedia of What We Love to Eat (2011)

An Encyclopedia of What We Love to Eat by Andrew F. Smith

Fat, Dietary Food Allergy Food Intolerance Fondant There are five major types of dietary fats: saturated, unsaturated, polyunsaturated, monounsaturated, and partially hydrogenated vegetable oil. Saturated fats are saturated with hydrogen ...

Google previewThe Wizard of Food's Encyclopedia of Kitchen & Cooking Secrets (2010)

by Myles Bader

FONDANT. Sugary syrup that is usually cooked until it is a soft ball; then kneaded until creamy. FONIO. PASTA. Fonio is an African grain that has been popular in Africa for hundreds of years and is now gaining popularity in the United States.

Google previewGranny & Granddad's Household Encyclopedia (2010)

by John O'Neon

sugar vanilla essence 3 eggs fondant icing 3oz. walnuts Cream the butter and sugar together until white, add eggs and sifted flour alternately, beating well. Put the mixture ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Food and Drink (2014)

by John F. Mariani

FONDANT.Asugar paste eaten as candyoras icing.The wordisfrom theFrench,from thepastparticiple of fondre,“to melt.

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

iced fanciesSmall sponge cakes completely covered with flavoured fondant icing and decorated iceglaze, to To add a thin layer of ice to frozen food by spraying withor dipping in water.Itissaid topreserve freshness and ...

Google previewEssential 18037 Pages English Dictionary (2015)

by Nam Nguyen

fondant flux.] (Metal.) Defn: A large copper vessel used for hot amalgamation. FONDU Fon`du" (fon" dus"), ...

Google previewENCYCLOPAEDIA OF INTERNATIONAL AVIATION LAW (2013)

by Philip Forsang Ndikum

À titre subsidiaire, si la Cour devait considérer que la Communauté a la compétence pour négocier et conclure des accords avec des pays tiers en matière de transport aérien, le gouvernement allemand soutient, en se fondant sur les avis ...

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The value of this 7-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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