The invention can be used in the confectionery industry for the casting of decorative curly chocolates having the outlines of classic nesting dolls. The invention is a set of different-size matrix half-form, the cavity of which have in the frontal (front) plane the outlines of the figures of classic dolls. Each successive matrix (starting from the matrix with the largest cavity) has dimensions of a cavity that is 15–20% smaller than similar sizes of a cavity of the previous matrix.
In crafting nesting dolls, certain processes need to be done. The cavity of each half-mold is provided in appropriate places of its surface with embossed protrusions, stylizing the face and elements of the 7 piece nesting dolls with their geometric arrangement and having the ability to give a calligraphically clear imprint on its chocolate surface. Each matrix half-form provides its own non-repeating pattern. The invention allows casting different sized chocolates in the form of figures of classic Russian nesting dolls (their halves) with embossed prints on the surface. At the same time, the sizes of candies are optimally interconnected and correlate with each other, which make it possible to make from them (in different variants and combinations) gift-souvenir sets.
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- The invention relates to the food industry, in particular to the confectionery industry, and can be used for the casting of decorative curly chocolates that have the outlines of a classic nesting dolls in confectioneries and enterprises.
The right Form
A known form of starch for casting shaped candies, incl. having the configuration of a rotation body or its halves. This is one of the newest domestic inventions, distinguished by their undoubted advantage, originality and novelty: any (including those having the form of simple or complex bodies of rotation or their halves) are stamped, which in the process of forming fit into thin (0.2-0.3 mm) elastic membrane (diaphragm) of food rubber, give good and clear impressions in starch. In the text of the description of the patent rightly noted that such a device allows you to get a variety of configuration high-quality starch cells of the correct shape with a smooth surface. At the same time productivity increases several times, since sticking on the die surface is completely excluded.
But in addition to the advantages of this technical solution (as, indeed, any other), there are certain disadvantages, and they are associated mainly with the use of starch as such. Modern technology”, “Food industry: product rejection due to the shedding of starch cells.In addition, this method is associated with high temperatures of the masses during molding,
Probably, such critical remarks sound somewhat harsh, because starch forms are successfully used and will be applied all over the world, and vegetable oil will not always be as expensive as in current hard times, but nonetheless the applicant believes that for the casting of high-quality candies of complex shaped shape, for example, having the form of nesting dolls, it would be more optimal to use forms (cells) not from starch, but from other materials.
Need the Prototype?
The prototype of the present invention is a mold for casting chocolates in the form of nesting dolls, a sufficiently detailed description of this patent is given in the abstract journal “Food Industry Equipment”, made in the form forms matrices of thin highly elastic material, having a cavity in the form of a composite body of revolution or its half, formed by a disconnection given body of rotation along its plane of symmetry, while the compound of rotation is composed of successively conjugate simple bodies of revolution, respectively, forming the upper.
The casting of candies in such forms is undoubtedly original and indicates a high technological level of the present invention. The applicant asks the state expertise to pay attention to the drawing of this flexible mold: if the picture that is currently in front of you is turned 180 degrees, it is clearly and clearly visible that this mold has round and well familiar outlines of nesting dolls. Of course, this mold can also have the form of an integral composite body of revolution and its halves (it is also easy to make such a mold technologically), i.e.
There is a fundamental possibility to cast candies in the form of a half of the body of rotation, in other words, in the form of a half of a nested doll (in principle, as is absolutely clear the same result can be obtained by dividing the mold shown, centered on a thin partition (plane of symmetry), i.e. how to break it into two half-shapes: in this case, two candies in the shape of halves of the nesting doll can be poured in it at once).
Similarly, both monolithic (made of pure chocolate) candies and candies filled with a wide variety of liquid, semi-liquid or dense textures (for example, semi-liquid cream, marzipan, fruit jam, jelly, liqueur, nougat, cherries on cognac and others).
These cavities cells can have any, the most complex and intricate shape, allowing you to cast chocolate figures of complex configuration (that is, not necessarily in the form of a doll). And the fact that in the prototype the US patent is proposed form for casting chocolates, having the outlines of nesting dolls, there is nothing surprising.
After all, this patent in the US was received by Japanese pastry chefs, and Japan (as well as Germany) has a long tradition of making curly chocolates. Moreover, as evidenced by the applicant’s detailed bibliographic research on the history of the nesting of the nesting doll and the peculiarities of its geometric shape, the nested dolls that have become our national treasure.
Many of us, as a symbol, came to Russia from Japan just over 100 years ago and it goes without saying that now painted brightly colored figurines with national color (including in the form of chocolate candies) are as popular in Japan as in Russia. And Japan (as well as Germany) has a long tradition of making curly chocolates.
Moreover, as evidenced by the applicant’s detailed bibliographic research on the history of the nesting of the nesting doll and the peculiarities of its geometric shape, The nested dolls that have become our national treasure Many of us, as a symbol from Japan just over 100 years ago and it goes without saying that now painted brightly colored figurines with national color including in the form of chocolate candies are as popular in Japan as in Russia. Nowadays, many variations of nesting dolls are available, some of which are those nesting dolls inspired from sports, country flags, games, and many more. For a different collections of nesting dolls checkout https://nestingdolls.co
The set of matrix half-molds proposed by the applicant allows you to cast chocolate nesting sets in the form of nesting dolls that are optimally interconnected in size, look beautiful and effective in gift-souvenir and presentation kits and are another (among many described above) earlier an example of successful use of the symbol of the classic Russian nesting dolls in the confectionery industry of modern Russia.