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Rosemary Sugar

Rosemary Sugar sugar flavoured with the herb rosemary.

It is used to sweeten peas and carrots during cooking. It can also be used in making tea loaves and scones, in pasta sauces and salsas, or sprinkled on fruit.

Don't make it too strong.

Cooking Tips

Take two sprigs of Rosemary, no more, thoroughly dry, put into a jar of white sugar (granulated or caster sugar), let sit for at least a few days before using. shake every day.

See also:


Aspartame; Cane Syrup; Caramel; Chinese Lump Sugar; Chinese Rock Sugar; Date Sugar; Dextrose; Erythritol; Fructose; Gelling Sugar; Granulated Sugar; Icing & Frosting; Invert Sugar; Lavender Sugar; Malt Sugar; Raw Sugar; Rosemary Sugar; Sanding Sugar; Snow White Sugar; Sparkling Sugar; Sugar Cutters; Sugar; Vanilla Sugar

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Oulton, Randal. "Rosemary Sugar." CooksInfo.com. Published 15 July 2005; revised 09 October 2007. Web. Accessed 03/17/2018. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/rosemary-sugar>.

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