Green (1 X 20 ml.)
|Usage||Culnery, confectioneries, , desserts ,mocktails , sherbats and coolers , ice tea or tea ,ice creams ,savories , pharmasautical , sweets and chocolates , mithais, and in dairy products|
|Shelf Life||24 Months|
|Ingredients||Propylene Glycol ,Water,AromaticChemicals,Natural Essential Oils,Free from alcohol.|
|GST||GST will be Extra.|
Food colouring, any of numerous dyes, pigments, or other additives used to enhance the appearance of fresh and processed foods. Colouring ingredients include natural colours, derived primarily from vegetable sources and sometimes called vegetable dyes; inorganic pigments; combinations of organic and metallic compounds (called lakes); and synthetic coaltar substances. Many of these additives are also employed as colouring agents in cosmetics, drugs, and products such as toothpaste and mouthwash.
- Synthetic Colour For Food
- Alcohol Free
- Low Fat
- water soluble
- Ideal For Food Decoration, Sweets, Jams, Pickles , cakes, pastries , sherbet , even other food items.
Multi-colured cakes can be fun for a lot of reasons. They can help you show team spirit on an important game day, turn plain cupcakes into a great theme dessert or simply hint at the flavor inside a baked good. It is easy to add food coloring into cake batter, but there are some challenges to ensuring your cake comes out the way you envision it.
How much color do you need?
Recipes often only hint at the amount of food coloring needed because the amount you might need will vary widely depending on the coloring you use. High quality gel and paste food colorings require a smaller amount of coloring than liquid colorings to get your desired color, but they can require extra mixing to break up the gel and mix it in completely. Food coloring is not an exact science and you will need to add more color as you go if you think that you’re not going to get the color you want. I recommend bring generous with your coloring unless you are aiming for a pastel cake, because vibrant colors usually make the biggest impact. The color is never going to look brighter after baking, so if it doesn’t look bright enough in your mixing bowl, you probably need more.
What if I use too much?
Many people worry that adding food coloring will change the consistency of their batter. Neither liquid nor gel food colorings will add enough liquid to alter the consistency of a standard cake batter and prevent it from baking properly. It would have to be a very extreme amount of food coloring to change a batter that much (at least a bottle of coloring for one standard recipe), and you should never need that much coloring to dye one standard recipe.