caramelized sugar


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Noun1.caramelized sugar - burnt sugar; used to color and flavor food
refined sugar, sugar - a white crystalline carbohydrate used as a sweetener and preservative
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Carefully pour the mixture into the glass pie plate layering it on top of the caramelized sugar.
It offers visits to its plant to pack site which allows tourists to take home farm products like corn pops (wasabi shoyu), banana crisps in caramelized sugar, "Sabanana" cider vinegar, "atsarampalaya" pickled bitter melon, and Ilocos bagnet chicharon.
The easy drinking whiskey is best served directly from the freezer at 1.5 degrees, and carries notes of caramelized sugar, vanilla and fresh red berries with a touch of orchard fruit for a polished, sweet taste with a fruity twist.
Flavors include creme brulee with caramelized sugar on top of the ice cream to tantalize the taste buds, and there are unique creations such as silky chocolate ices served with Oreo-coated popcorn.
The 'easy-drinking' whisky has notes of caramelized sugar, vanilla and fresh berries.
It's a great, easy-drinking whisky featuring notes of caramelized sugar and vanilla and fresh red berries with a touch of orchard fruit - creating a polished, sweet taste with a fruity twist.
It was much bigger than a normal version but with the familiar rich custard base topped with a texturally contrasting layer of hardened caramelized sugar.
This single origin medium roast presents sweet flavours of orange and caramelized sugar. (MSRP USD $22.00)
The combination of deeply caramelized sugar plus cream, salt, vanilla, and a little booze is that good.
"Expect aromas of dark stone fruit, mellow pipe tobacco, oak, and rich alcohol, followed by flavors of caramelized sugar, plums, figs, and unrefined cane syrup.
Quickly add caramelized sugar to pudding mixture stirring until smooth (mixture will be lumpy at first).
In Belgium, the Brussels waffle is light and fluffy and dusted with powdered sugar, while in Liege they're heavier and sweeter, with caramelized sugar. The ''Belgian Waffle'' topped with powdered sugar, strawberries and a flourish of whipped cream is probably an American invention.