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Żelfix po Angielsku?


tabrett 2 | 26
23 Dec 2012 #1
I have a Polish cake recipe which requires żelfix and I am in England at the moment. Does anyone know what this is in English? The recipe says to add four packs of żelfix which seems a little excessive? I just need it to keep the double cream firm on my trzybit. Maybe icing sugar?
kcharlie 2 | 165
23 Dec 2012 #2
Żelfix is pectin with sugar. You can find pectin under various brand names close to jams and marmalades in supermarkets. You could also try substituting with gelatin, which has a somewhat different texture. You can also use potato starch as a gelling agent, but it won't congeal until heated.

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