Silicone moulds encourage creativity and facilitate work at the same time. Extremely resistant to high and low temperatures -60 ° C / 230 ° C.
Directions for use:
1- Sprinkle the pan with a little cornstarch and tap the excess.
2 Start with a piece of dough and start flattening in the mold. Keep both fingers of both hands sprinkled with cornstarch so that the fondant stays in the mold and does not stick to your hands.
3- Press with the fingers of your left hand, while continuing to pinch and smooth the dough in the mold with the fingers or right hand to the outside.
4- Once the mold is well filled, you can use a rolling pin to roll on the shape and press firmly into the mold. Sprinkling the roll will ensure that the dough does not stick to it.
5- Take a dry and clean knife or scalpel, switch to the cornstarch blade. Place the blade flat on the surface of the mold and carefully cut off the excess dough, using a gentle sawing action. For large molds, it is sometimes interesting to stop at mid-course to clean, dry and dust the blade again.
For very complex molds: It may be useful to place the mold in the freezer for 10 to 15 minutes, or until the dough is frozen. Unmould on a dry and clean surface. The dough will be frozen wet and sticky while it thaws, do not touch it. Depending on the type of dough you have used and the humidity in the air, the massages should be dry to the touch within 10 to 30 minutes. Let them dry completely before transferring them to the cake so that they do not turn into a cake.
6- Turn the mold over on itself and gently unmold it. You can help yourself with a fine tip to release the dough a little.
Simple and easy to use, the moulds are very robust and flexible.
Maintenance: Can be easily washed by hand under hot soapy water or in the dishwasher.
Dimensions: Mould of about 12 x 6.5 cm.