French Buttercream

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Jordan Michelle Falco

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Basic Cakes - Week 4, June 2th

These recipes are copied directly from the notes of my Basic Cakes class. I’m posting them here on Just a Pinch for my own posterity. Feel free to round the fractional measurements up or down (5/8 is just as good as 1/2)

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Ingredients

How to Make French Buttercream

Step-by-Step

  1. In a suacepan, heat the sugar and water as for a pate a bombe.
  2. In a mixing bowl with the ship attachment, mix the egg yolks to lighten the texture.
  3. When the sugar reaches the soft ball stage (244F), slowly pour the sugar into the whipping egg yolks, and whip until cool.
  4. Add the softened butter, and mix enough to ensure good emulsion of the buttercream.

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Course/Dish: Cakes



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