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What are the energy changes when icing sugar burns?

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because of the oxygen inside the bake

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You cannot substitute caster sugar for icing sugar if you are making icing......because icing sugar is more of a power an caster sugar is a grain (if you know what i mean) and icing sugar is used because it dissolves easily.i Hope that my answer has helped you!!

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Amount :4 dl (decilitre) of icing sugarEquals :400 ml (millilitres) of icing sugarAmount :4 dl (decilitre) of icing sugarEquals :1.5999999999999999 cup Metric of icing sugarAmount :4 dl (decilitre) of icing sugarEquals :211.33764188651872 g (gram) of icing sugar

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No. you see, regular sugar is more grainy and is not good for icing. Confectioners' sugar (icing sugar) is good for icing, because it has the power to bind up the water to it and absorb If you were to take a half cup of icing sugar and a cup of sugar, with a small amount of water, the icing sugar will absorb it better, while the sugar will just dissolve into a syrup

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Yes..... powdered sugar, confectioner sugar , icing sugar. Add water or juice and flavoring voila= icing

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If you are making icing, yes. If you are making a meringue, no.

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Confectioner's sugar is icing sugar mixture (pure icing sugar with a small amount (about 3%) of starch added as an anti-caking agent). Pure icing sugar is very fine powdered refined sugar with no added starch.

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Icing sugar is normal white granulated sugar that has been powdered to be very very fine.

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You can, but royal icing sugar has added egg white powder - this is what causes the icing to set really hard when it's done. So the resulting icing that you make from royal icing powder will set much firmer than icing made from plain icing sugar.

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If you add water to icing mixture, it will eventually harden. On the other hand, icing sugar won't.

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Icing sugar is a solid.

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No, in most recipes icing sugar and white sugar are not interchangeable. Cornstarch is added to icing sugar, and it is much finer than white sugar.

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no its not made out of icing sugar but pure cane sugar (flavoured)

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can you make pavlova with icing sugar

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Becaue the icing sugar has small paricles.

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No. You can't replace either with each other. Caster sugar will not make icing and icing sugar will not be very good in a cake.

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Icing sugar and caster sugar are not interchangeable. This is because icing sugar absorbs water whereas caster sugar does not. Switching icing sugar for caster in a baked good recipe will result in a good with a brick-like texture, whereas substituting caster sugar for icing will result in something liquidy and granular.

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Yes, icing sugar is the same product as powdered or confectioner's sugar.

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If u wanted to make icing then icing sugar is better to be used. But if only sugar is available then you must melt it down in a saucepan.. Search it on google for how to do it as I'm not completely sure. I Just use icing sugar

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Icing sugar is the basis of royal icing. Otherwise you just have an egg white and lemon juice. Other types of sugar, such as raw sugar, brown sugar or white granulated sugar, will not combine with the eggs and other ingredients in the same way that icing sugar will. Icing sugar (powdered sugar) is ground much finer than granulated sugar, so it dissolves very quickly when combined with egg whites, and allows the icing to be whipped into stiff peaks and dry to a very hard, smooth finish.

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Icing sugar is when you take sugar and and mix it with a liquid to get the mixture to become thin. The icing is considered to be a thick liquid.

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not too sure but i think icing sugar should work. i am about trying it.

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No as if you add water it will turn into icing!!!

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No. When making icing, one uses confectioner's sugar -- also called powdered sugar.


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