Last Updated : Sep 28,2017
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Butterscotch, is a non-alcoholic syrup. It is in fact a blend of butter, vanilla essence cream and caramelised sugar. Thick and buttery, with a light yellowish brown tinge to it, butterscotch sauce is an indulgent treat and it can be made at home or if you're time bound, buy it off the shelf. The sauce is generally used as a topping for added flavour. Plain vanilla ice-cream with crushed cookies, topped with warm, rich butterscotch sauce is the perfect remedy to get over a bad day.
How to Select
• Butterscotch syrup is readily available in the market.
• They are usually packaged in easily squeezable plastic bottles.
• Please check either the bottle or can for the expiry date.
• If the product exhibits any sign of spoilage, bubbling, leakage or rusting refrain from buying it.
• There is practically no limits to the tastes you can experiment with. Adding a shot of butterscotch syrup can really add flavour and texture to your basic cup of coffee or tea.
• Butterscotch syrups can be used to flavour milkshake, tea and coffee and as a topping on pancakes, waffles and slices of plain cheesecake.
• Cold coffee like frappes use butterscotch sauce to give it a rich, decadent taste.
How to Store
• Store butterscotch syrups in coloured bottles in a cool and dark space.
• Homemade butterscotch keeps for about 5 days when refrigerated.
• Ensure that the butterscotch syrup is not exposed to direct sunlight.
• When buying the commercial variety the preservatives ensure that the product stays best at room temperature before and after opening
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