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Consider cooking with syrup if you want to avoid using plain sugar in your recipes. Some of these syrups are natural and can play an important role when cooking sweet dishes or when cooking. We are going to look at five main syrups:

Golden Syrup

Golden syrup is a byproduct of sugar refining and is made from concentrated liquid white sugar. Another variation is dark syrup, which is less refined, darker in color, obviously, and it has a stronger taste. Golden syrup is readily available in supermarkets. You may have to look a little harder for the dark syrup, maybe go to one of the big supermarkets. Some eat golden syrup on toast or tea cakes. But it is generally used in baking or in sweet dishes.

Here are some examples of the use of golden syrup in sweets and desserts:

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Treacle Tarts

Mix the golden syrup with the breadcrumbs and the lemon juice to form the filling.

Flapjacks: Mix the golden syrup with the oatmeal for a chewy texture. Sponge pudding: golden syrup gives sponge pudding its flavor and color.

A note on storage: It keeps for up to a year, and even if you notice that it starts to crystallize, it is still usable.

Corn Syrup

Corn syrup is derived from sweet corn. It is not as tasty as golden syrup, and it is a little thinner, but (especially in the United States) it can be used in the same way as golden syrup.

It is commonly used on pancakes rather than on expensive maple syrup.

Maple Syrup

Maple syrup comes from the sap of certain maple trees, especially in Canada, and it is reduced by boiling until it becomes a pale and thin syrup.

The process is quite involved, and pure maple syrup can be quite expensive. For those who have tasted it, nothing else will do! Especially on pancakes.

You can get cheaper varieties that contain a lower percentage of pure maple syrup. It is always a good idea to check the label. If it looks cheap, it’s probably not 100% maple syrup.

In addition to using it on waffles and pancakes, some people like to pour it over ice cream or sponge puddings.

Molasses

Molasses is heavy, thick and dark, rich in iron and vitamins, and therefore very good for you! It is a natural syrup made from cane juice.

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