I made this frosting recipe:
basically it's flour cooked with milk till thickened, then cooled and mixed into the butter/sugar which has been beaten till fluffy.
i let the butter get to room temp before i beat it and by the time it got to 'fluffy' in my KA, and then i added in the cooled milk/flour, it all came out so SOFT. I didn't beat it for very long once it was combined, should i have? other recipes i'm finding on allrecipes.com seem to say so.
the flour/milk wasn't fully cooled, it was still warm when i added it. which i thought would be needed to melt the granulated sugar.
the taste is fantastic but the texture is so soft. I usually pipe frosting onto my cupcakes but i won't be able to do that with this.
.....i have it in the fridge and am planning on taking it out, letting it sit for a bit then beating/whipping it again tomorrow before i use it.
any guidelines, experiences, advice?
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