- Serves: 4 - 5
- Prep Time: 40 Minute
- Cooking: 40 Minute
Wanted to make these babies for a long time now! And let me tell you these taste every bit as good as they look. My only regret was that the royal icing turned a little bit more runny than I would have liked, but for the first timer like me I think it was ok. Royal icing is a hard white icing, usually made from softly beaten eggwhites, powdered sugar and lemon or lime juice. The recipe for the royal icing I have tried here is something I saw on TLC. I have used sugar syrup instead of powdered sugar.
- For the cake batter. Beat the oil and sugar. Beat the eggs separately and add to the oil and sugar mixture and beat again. Sieve the maida and baking powder atleast twice. Now gently fold the maida gradually in the liquid mixture. Add the vanilla ess
- For the icing. Beat the egg whites till soft peak form. Make sugar syrup using 1 1/2 cup of sugar and 1/2 cup water. Remove from heat before it reaches one string consistency. Pour in the lemon juice. Stir and keep aside. Gradually add the sugar syru
- Cool the icing a little and then frost the cupcakes. You can also add different colors to the icing. Decorate the cup cakes with colorful vermicelli or any other colorful toppings.
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