Glitter turkey: es lo nuevo para este día de acción de gracias

Cada año empresa del papel de aluminio Reynold's Kitchen se da a la tarea de promover algo innovador para deleitar a todos en Thanksgiving y este año no es la excepción. Lo nuevo en las mesas será el pavo adobado con escarcha o glitter. Aquí te comparto la receta de parte de Reynold's Kitchen y su video para que sigas paso por paso todo. 

What you’ll need for one batch:

1 teaspoon of Gum-Tex Tylose powder4 tablespoons of boiling water1 bottle of liquid pearl sheen or pearl dustYour choice of food coloring

Wilton makes Gum-Tex Tylose powder, liquid food coloring and pearl dust, all of which are available at your local craft store.

Mix 1 teaspoon of Gum-Tex powder with 4 tablespoons of boiling water (added 1 tbsp. at a time) and your choice of food coloring. We recommend a combination of liquid food coloring and liquid pearl sheen for the brightest colors. T

IP: You can quadruple the batter for a larger batch. You’ll need approximately 12 – 16 individual batches to fully cover a 16-pound turkey.

Mix Gum-Tex powder, boiling water and food coloring thoroughly with a rubber or silicone spatula. Mix until you get a paste-like consistency, approximately three – five minutes.

Once mixed to a paste-like consistency, spread out on foil-lined baking sheet. Spread the mixture out into a thin layer as best as you can along the foil-lined sheet. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 275°F for about 30 minutes, or until the mixture is completely dried out and hard.Once the mixture has dried and cooled, break up into pieces and place into a clean coffee grinder or food processer. Pulse until pieces are grinded.

Place a sieve over a bowl and pour the mixture into the sieve. Shake the sieve to separate the smaller pieces from the larger pieces. Place larger pieces back into the grinder.Repeat until you have enough to completely cover your turkey. You’ll need approximately 12 – 16 individually baked batches to fully cover a 16-pound turkey.

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