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royal icing

(Brit) a hard white icing made from egg whites and icing sugar, used for coating and decorating cakes, esp fruit cakes
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  • Spread with royal icing, and cut in strips about three-quarters of an inch wide and three inches long.

  • Ornament it with dots of royal icing pressed through a pastry-bag and tube onto the edges.

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  • Turn them out of the pans bottom side up, and frost the bottom and sides with royal icing while they are still warm.

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  • Cakes iced with chocolate or with boiled icing may be ornamented with fine lines of royal icing.

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  • If any pieces get broken off the molded forms, they can be stuck on again with liquid sugar or with royal icing.

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