Corn syrup?
Posted: 25 July 2008 07:40 PM   [ Ignore ]
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Hi everyone,

This is me all the way from Norway. A small but incredibly beautiful country in the north of Europe.

Well I am line, hook and sinker into the cake bible. Which I bougt because I want to start a wedding cake business.

I made the yellowcake, and it was wonderful. WIth neoclassic buttercream.

No one in Norway is familiar with the buttery taste, so everyone was a little sceptical. However i mixed it with raspberry jam and fresh one as well. SO on the whole, it was success!

THE QUESTION is:

There is no such thing as corn syrup in Norway. What is it interchangeable with? Regular light syrup (made with sugar)???

PLEASE HELP grin)

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Posted: 27 July 2008 11:46 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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Hello——I am in the U.S., but I only use Lyle’s in place of “corn syrup,” and I have great success!

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Posted: 08 April 2014 03:33 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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I live in the Netherlands and have found light corn syrup in a ‘toko’ (asian supermarket, which often also carry a line of American products). I’ve never tried substituting corn syrup with golden syrup or good old fashioned dutch ‘stroop’, so I don’t know if it’s necessary to go and seek out a toko, but I just thought I’d let people know smile

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