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Cook With Brown Sugar

Brown sugar can be used to crust your food without using bread crumbs and egg. The sugar will give the food a lovely flavour and crunch that can’t be replicated with crumbs. This method works best in the oven with different kinds of protein.

Brown sugar is often used in Asian cuisine. Many of these foods involve the sweetened taste because of how many salty foods and sauces get added into the mixture. The sugar takes any overwhelming flavour away.

The best way to use this sugary product is to put it in desserts, of course.

Brown sugar gives biscuits a chewy texture. If you are the type that doesn’t enjoy the sweet treat crumbling everywhere then a brown sugar biscuit should work well for you. It works well with baking soda when it comes to giving your homemade treats a professional flavour. It allows the soda to produce more carbon dioxide. This means that more air goes through the dough and ultimately changing the texture to be fluffy and soft. The sugar also allows the dough you have made to set quicker than if you had used white sugar because of its acidic content. You will also notice that when the biscuit is cooked it is much higher because there is more air inside the dough.

You can also use brown sugar to complement other ingredients in different dishes. When using the sugar with nuts such as pecan and almond nuts, it masks the hint of bitterness and adds a delightful flavour. Can you imagine how amazing this combination would be once mixed together? Amazing!