Learn how to make a piping bag out of parchment paper. Parchment paper pastry bags are perfect for cake decorating, especially piping small details, fine lines, writing without a tip, stringwork and for whenever small amounts of royal icing, buttercream or melted candy are needed.
This classic Bakewell tart is topped with feathered icing to give an impressive finish. For this recipe you will need a 23cm/9in fluted flan tin, baking beans, piping bag fitted with small plain nozzle and a few cocktail sticks.
This cake combines layers of nutty meringue, praline buttercream and chocolate ganache. It’s naturally gluten-free, too. For this recipe you will need 2 x 30x20cm/12x8in Swiss roll tins, a freestanding electric mixer with a whisk attachment, a piping bag with a small star nozzle (no. 33) and a food processor.
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How to put a nozzle on a piping bag? 1. Insert your nozzle into your piping bag all through to the pointy end. 2. With a pair of scissors, mark a line roughly in the middle of the nozzle. 3. Push back the nozzle passed that line to make some space. 4. Cut through the plastic horizontally where you had marked your line. 5. Push the nozzle through the hole. And you are done!Happy piping!