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Pearls sugar

Pearl Sugar, Ideal for Delicious and Flavorful Pastries!

Sweet, crunchy, delicious... pearl sugar is a little wonder for chouquettes, waffles, and other indulgent cakes. Whether as a finishing touch or directly in the dough.

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How to Incorporate Pearl Sugar into Your Cooking?

It's the perfect addition to your brioches, Tropéziennes, chouquettes, Liège waffles, and other homemade pastries! These little sugar grains can be sprinkled on a cake, cupcakes, homemade pancakes, fruit brioche, spiced bread rolls, muffins, or even madeleines. The pearls will retain their appearance and crunchiness even after baking in the oven. Pearl sugar can also be used to sweeten tea, coffee, or herbal infusions.

Some Recipe Ideas for Cooking with Pearl Sugar

  • - Chouquettes: sprinkle pearl sugar on your chouquettes for a snack with tea;
  • - Raisin Bread: incorporate pearl sugar into the raisin bread dough for irresistibly sweet and crunchy results;
  • - Brown Sugar Barbecue Marinade: mix brown sugar, soy sauce, minced garlic, rice vinegar, and grated ginger to create a flavorful marinade for meat;
  • - Chocolate Spread with Pearl Sugar: mix pearl sugar into homemade chocolate spread for a crunchy texture and an extra touch of sweetness.

Pearl Sugar for Delicious Crunchiness

Pearl sugar has a crunchy texture that bursts under the tooth, releasing a sensation of sweet freshness. When added to pastries such as brioches, chouquettes, or waffles, pearl sugar not only provides a sweet touch but also a pleasant sensation of texture contrast and a burst of flavors.

How Are These Sugar Pearls Made?

Pearl sugar, also known as nib sugar or candied sugar, is made from sugar crystals that are coated with a thin layer of sugar syrup. The manufacturing process begins with dissolving sugar in hot water to form a concentrated syrup. This syrup is then cooled, and the sugar crystals are dipped into the syrup. Then, the coated crystals are dried to form individual grains. This process is repeated several times until the sugar grains reach the desired size.

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Allergen Absence
Native country FRANCE
Ingredients pearl sugar
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.
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