frozen fruit juice or rasberry with ganache

by hany

Hi, I want to make orange or rasberry ganache for a fondant covered cake and since its fruit, how can I keep it from spoiling if I make it a day ahead ?? I'm always afraid it could spoil. thanks

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Nov 14, 2009
Fruit Ganache
by: Michelle

Hi Hany,

Plain ganache is fine at room temperature for up to 48 hours, as long as you have it stored in a cool spot.

If you're concerned about spoiling fruit, you could use fruit extracts or even liqueurs, such as Cointreau or Framboise to add the flavors you want.

Michelle (editor)

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