Blown sugar glass recipe: learn how to make the glassy, flexible material also known as pulled sugar, and use it to create food art, design... or a dessert!
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- Recipe category Dessert
- Recipe yield 8
- Recipe cuisine International
Blown sugar glass recipe: learn how to make the glassy, flexible material also known as pulled sugar. An easy recipe that will permit to you to create original dishes.
Sugar glasses could be used to enrich your desserts or as food art and design decorations. Pour 120 g and 250 ml of corn syrup into a pot.
Stir to mix well.
Add the cream of tartar to the pot, put it on the stove and bring the temperature to 160°C - 320°F.
Wait for the sugar to start boiling and then turn off the heat.
Pour the boiling sugar onto the sheet of wax paper and let cool completely.
Once the sugar has cooled completely, put a heating lamp over the parchment and turn it on.
This will make it easier to shape.
Roll the sugar into a lump and put it on the nozzle of the hand pump, pumping air into the sugar.
It should begin to blow like a bubble.
Experiment until you get a shape that you like.
Once you have the shape you want, use the fan to cool the sugar glass.