Mastic of condensed milk


Condensed milk — 150 g
Powdered sugar — one cup;
Lemon juice — 1 hour. L.
Powdered milk or creamer — 1-1.5 cups


1. Mix the milk or cream with powdered sugar and a deep bowl.
2. Pour the condensed milk and mix everything with a spoon.
3. The working surface and sprinkle with powdered sugar.
4. Then lay out on it and knead until the mixture until the mastic mass stops sticking to your hands.

If the mass of the mastic stick to hands, add the potato starch in it. Also, they can be partially replaced the powdered sugar, then the sealant is not cloyingly sweet.

To mastic did not dry during storage, it was supple and beautiful, add to it a few drops of glycerin.

5. Now you can start to sculpt various figures and elements. To do this, on a work surface, sprinkle a little powdered sugar and rolled mastic.

To make colored mastic, the mastic mass divide into parts and each part adding desired color food coloring. Often, to get the green I use ordinary Zelenka, for beige and brown — cocoa powder, and for pink — berry syrup pink.

If the sealant stick to the hands, and the consistency is too soft, it is necessary to sprinkle a little powdered sugar and again as it should be stirred. Mastic should resemble in their properties and clay to be resilient but flexible.

If you want to use this paste to decorate cakes, do these decorations in advance so they have time for serving dry, but they have to dry wrapped in film or just cover with a lid.

Store mastic can be in the refrigerator, wrapped in plastic wrap, and when you need it, then reach for it and sculpt anything you want, and if you remain, then again, you can remove it in the refrigerator. After you pull out a paste from the refrigerator, let it soak about 20-30 minutes in the film at room temperature, so it becomes softer and more pliable. Mastic of condensed milk is ready.

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