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 Uses of Brown Sugar

  Last Updated : Jan 02,2019






11 Uses of Brown Sugar 

Brown sugar is a type of sugar that is a mix of sucrose and molasses. They are found either dark brown to light brown in color as the sugar crystals are coated in molasses which basically means that darker the sugar, the more molasses it has. Brown sugar is used in desserts and baked goods to give them more flavor. 

1. Brown sugar is a very common ingredient in baking. It is used as a sweetener which provides a slight caramel taste to the baked good. It can be used in cakes, puddings and even pies as it provides a more moist result. A few baked goods with brown sugar are Chocolate Cookies and Muffins

2. Due to the crumbly texture of brown sugar, it is commonly out as a topping over puddings and cobblers to get a nice bubbly yet crunchy top when baked. 

3. Powdered brown sugar can be put over oatmeal and cereals to enhance their taste while adding a sweetness to it. Muesli balls are combination of healthy cereal and brown sugar combined to form delicious a snack.

4. Brown sugar is also used to provide a flavor balance to the smoky barbecue sauce.

5. Many dressings and vinaigrettes for salads use brown sugar as one of their ingredients. It gives a very pleasant sweetness to a French Salad Dressing. Combine this dressing with a few salad leaves, onions and some protein and your delicious salad will be ready.  

6. Brown sugar can be a replacement of sugar in coffee. Due to the molasses in the coffee, it gives a very rich flavor. 

7. A sweet, smooth rich glaze can be made with brown sugar. The molasses complements not only the baked goods like pies but this glaze tastes brilliant over meats too. 

8. Reason for adding brown sugar to cookies is to make them more tender, chewy and decadent. This happens because the moisture from the sugar gets absorbed into the cookies.  

9. The combination of cinnamon and brown sugar is a stellar one. Combined together it they make wonderfully smelling and tasting Cinnamon Rolls.

10. Brown sugar is one of the main ingredients in an Edible Cookie Dough. This dough is simply made by combining all ingredients together without actually cooking anything.

11. For a richer and better Caramel Sauce use brown sugar to make it. This sauce is poured over banofee pie 

 

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uses of brown sugar

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 by Tarla Dalal
If you always considered choco chip cookies to be a sinful indulgence, and have been especially wary of it now to avoid unwarranted weight gain during pregnancy, then here is a delightful guilt-free recipe that you can enjoy once in a while! With loads of protein and fibre, this delicious, soft and chewy Chocolate Chip and Oatmeal Cookie pampers your palate while averting the harm of fat-laden maida based cookies. Having it with a glass of warm milk will soothe you and make you feel much better.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Yum, this is as tasty as a Jar Snacks can get. With muesli’s inherent crunch and three naturally sweet ingredients, it is one of the most exciting ways to silence a sudden hunger pang, while also pleasing your sweet tooth. You can make a batch of Muesli Balls and store them in a dry, airtight container.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Spicy, tangy and simply brilliant, the Barbeque Sauce is a versatile ingredient that can be used not just for barbecues, but also in dishes like sizzlers and stir-fries . From the warmth of pepper to the tanginess of tomatoes and the unique taste of Worcestershire sauce, this Barbeque Sauce brings together a range of flavours to give you a delightful experience. Toss in some veggies and make a quick stir-fry, or serve this sauce as an accompaniment to give an exotic touch to a simple starter . This recipe for Barbeque Sauce is particularly easy to make but tastes simply fab, even without using charcoal.
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 by Tarla Dalal
French Dressing is a generic name given to dressings in a base of oil and vinegar. This tangy French Dressing is perked up with tomato puree, onions and other ingredients, which give it an awesome tanginess and crunch. Make a batch of this dressing and keep it for around two days in the fridge in an airtight glass jar, to whip up some exciting salads with it
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 by Tarla Dalal
Rare is the soul that can resist a chocolate chip cookie! This is one universal treat that everybody loves – the intense flavour of chocolate, the melt-in-the-mouth texture, the nutty crunch of walnuts and the smooth chocolate chips – the overall effect is sure to captivate anybody. Here is a fabulous recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookies with Eggs. We start from the basics and take you step-by-step through the process, leaving you with a heavenly cookie that is truly incomparable to anything else. Milkshakes and smoothies and also tea and coffee pair off well with these cookies or just dip them into some chocolate sauce and relish every bite or enjoy topped with some ice-cream or chilled custard sauce .
If you are used to local bakeries simply serving cinnamon-flavoured buns in the name of cinnamon rolls, you are in for a real, super surprise! These eggless Homemade Cinnamon Rolls are the real thing. Here, the dough is packed with a cinnamon-flavoured icing and then baked to perfection. As you bite into it, the soft and fluffy bread reveals a creamy, cinnamon-tinged core, enthralling your taste buds and making your heart soar with joy! Enjoy this buttery, tasty cinnamon roll with a cup of hot coffee , cocoa or tea . You can also try other bread recipes like Bread Rolls or Thai Curry Bread Rolls .
Addictively tasty and attractively crumbly, this Gems-studded cookie dough is something worth digging into. Edible Cookie Dough can be relished as such, or used as a base for dessert like cheesecake. It is quite easy to make, eggless, and with minimal ingredients. You can make different variants of the same dough by using chocolate chips, Oreo biscuits or peanut butter instead of Gems. For a richer taste, you can replace Demerara sugar with brown sugar. Cookie dough must not be smooth but crumbly, which is what makes it so awesome to munch on! Try your hand at making other recipes like Cornflake Cookies or Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies.
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 by Tarla Dalal
Caramel Sauce sounds common and simple but it is perhaps one of the greatest value-adds you can give a dessert! With its rich colour and intense flavour, caramel sauce boosts the richness quotient of your dessert instantly. This is a specific recipe of Caramel Sauce for Banoffee Pie, an English dessert of bananas, cream and caramel or toffee on a pastry base. The combination of condensed milk and brown sugar gives this buttery sauce a toffee-like taste, which suits the Banoffee perfectly. Once you make the sauce, cool it completely and store in the refrigerator. When you wish to use it, bring it back to room temperature and then use. You can also try other recipes like the Peach and Lemon Tart or Whole Wheat Fresh Fruits Pie .
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