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Brown sugar

Brown sugar

Discover Terre Exotique Brown Sugar

The juice extracted from the sugar cane, purified, concentrated, and crystallized, offers us these crunchy and delectable flakes to use in your pastries, crème brûlée, yogurts, coffees or teas, and infusions.

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How to Incorporate Brown Sugar into Your Cooking?

It can be used in various ways, particularly to sweeten desserts such as cookies, cakes, and pies, where it adds a depth of caramelized flavor. Brown sugar is also excellent for preparing sauces and marinades as it easily blends with other ingredients while providing a rich aromatic complexity. Lastly, sprinkled on dishes like oatmeal, yogurts, or cooked fruits, brown sugar offers a subtle sweetness and crunchy texture.

A Few Recipe Ideas for Cooking with Brown Sugar

  • - Honey and Brown Sugar Glazed Carrots: Cook carrots in a pan with butter, honey, and brown sugar until tender and caramelized;
  • - Caramelized Brown Sugar Bananas: Melt brown sugar in a pan with butter, then add banana slices. Sauté until golden and coated in caramel;
  • - Brown Sugar Barbecue Marinade: Mix brown sugar, soy sauce, minced garlic, rice vinegar, and grated ginger to create a flavorful marinade for meat;
  • - Rustic Apple Pie: Replace white sugar with brown sugar in the filling of your apple pie for a deeper, caramelized flavor;
  • - Brown Sugar and Chocolate Chip Cookies: Cookies made with brown sugar have a rich flavor and a chewy texture. Add chocolate chips for an extra touch of indulgence.

Add a Touch of Warmth to Your Dishes with Terre Exotique Brown Sugar

Its delicate aroma evokes warm notes of caramel and vanilla, with slightly smoky and earthy undertones. These complex notes add a subtle depth of flavor to desserts like cookies, cakes, and sauces. Additionally, brown sugar brings a comforting warmth to savory dishes such as marinades, barbecue sauces, and stews.

From Sugar Cane to Plate

This sugar comes from the partial refining of sugar cane juice. It contains 5% molasses, which gives it its blonde color and subtle vanilla flavor. After harvesting, sugar cane is pressed to extract the juice. The juice is then heated to evaporate the water and concentrate the sugar, which will agglomerate and crystallize. This brown sugar is also called Demerara sugar.

The History of Brown Sugar

Originating from New Guinea, sugar cane cultivation dates back to antiquity. However, its spread across the world was largely attributed to the Arabs in the Middle Ages, who introduced it to the Eastern Mediterranean, Africa, and then Spain. Demerara sugar, often referred to as brown sugar, is exclusively produced from sugar cane. The appearance of the first individually wrapped sugar cube took place in Paris in 1908, quickly gaining popularity thanks to the strict hygiene standards adopted in the early 20th century.

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Allergen Absence
Native country Ile de la Réunion
Ingredients brown cane sugar
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