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Use a Microplane or Parmesan grater to finely shave the white chocolate.Dust the top and sides of the cake with the shavings until completely coated.It’s easiest to use a folded piece of parchment paper as a “scoop” to distribute the white chocolate as the warmth of your hands will melt the chocolate.Scatter the cocoa nibs over the cake in a haphazard manner to mimic ermine spots. Stella Nov 16, 2011 · PM Hi Kate, I’m so sorry you had a bad experience with the cake.Refrigerate the crumb-coated cake for 30 minutes before applying the final coating of buttercream to the top and sides.For an “ermine” finish 5 ounces white chocolate, preferably in a block or bar ½ ounce cocoa nibs Click here to see the ermine that inspired this design.Crumb coat by spreading a thin, smooth layer of buttercream over the tops and sides of the cake; this will prevent stray crumbs from flecking the finished layer.Check out my crumb coating tutorial here for more details.
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The batter turns out just like a normal cake batter would, no graininess, etc.
A toothpick inserted into the center should have a few moist crumbs still attached. At first, they will have pronounced domes and a slightly gray-brown color, but as they cool the domes will settle down somewhat and the color will deepen.
When they have cooled, run a knife around the sides of the pan and invert onto a parchment lined tray or cooling rack. Before frosting, use a serrated knife to level the cakes.