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Replicating Three Musketeers Filling...


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250 degrees is probably far too low.  Also it will form a skin as you see if you dont handle it properly.  Dust it with some confectionery sugar when using.  Most nougat is rolled out that way and the cut.

Well, I'm not going for a standard nougat, but for something that can be used as a cake filling. 250* is certainly lower than the recipe specified, but I want this to be soft enough to bite through easily (which it is). Also, I patted the mixture into a 9" cake round, so there will be no need to roll or cut it -- I'll simply lay the slab between my 9" cake layers.

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