This Easter Kulich Glaze is very smooth and light in texture, with a delicious lemony taste you just wanna eat by the spoonfuls. But the taste is not all there is to good food, right? Presentation matters, too. This glossy goodness is pretty solid in the looks component. Once it dries, it creates a nice, even-toned gloss throughout, which is especially ideal for the traditional Easter Kulich bread, giving it a beauty that is too cute to eat! ;)
Add gelatin to a small bowl, add 3 tablespoons of water, stir set aside and let it soak.
Add sugar to a small pot and add ⅓ cup of water. Place it on a stovetop on high heat and bring to a boil stirring constantly. That will take approximately 5 minutes.
Remove from heat. Add soaked in gelatin and stir to combine. Transfer this hot sugar-gelatin mixture into a clean small bowl.
Using a hand mixer beat on high for 2 minutes. Add freshly squeezed lemon juice and beat the another 2 minutes.
This glaze portion is enough to glaze 50 Mini Kulich Recipes. Cool Mini Kulich should be warm to touch before applying the glaze. Sprinkle the sprinkles of your choice right after decorating with glaze. This glaze takes longer to dry than a regular glaze made out of powdered sugar. The glaze is beautifully glossy after dries out.
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