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Mirror Glaze Cake

Mirror Glaze Cake

Difficulty: Medium, Cook Time: 15 Hours, Core Ingredient: Gelatin, Servings: 8-10, Calories: 1470

Description: The most picture perfect cake introduced by a Russian confectioner that looks like a marbled mirror. Easy to make, yummy and fun to eat.


70 gm. Condensed Milk
100 gm. Sugar
100 gm. Syrup with Glucose or Syrup with Sugar
100 gm. White Chocolate
50 gm. Water
2 Small Spoons Of Gelatin


First take gelatin with 60 gm. of water and mix them together.  Take white chocolate and mix it in condensed milk and then put the gelatin mixed with water (the paste). Boil water and put sugar and the glucose syrup and boil it until it reaches temperature of 100 degrees Fahrenheit and take few mins when it gets to 100 degrees like 103. Mix this into the previous mixture of white chocolate and all the above and use a blender to blend it.


You can mix some colour in this mixture if you want. Our favourite is to mix multiple colours for a rainbow effect.  Mix this until you get a consistent colour and mix and then leave it in fridge for 12 hours. After leaving in fridge, put it in microwave for a little.

Keep it standing for few mins until it is at room temperature and then pour onto the cake (decorated with chocolate ganache or butter cream that is very cold)

Note: you can substitute corn syrup for glucose.

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