British Class Turbinado sugar (also known as raw sugar) is an ingredient you might have only seen at the condiment bar at your local cafe just waiting to be dusted over your morning oatmeal or stirred into a latte. Darker and less fine than regular granulated sugar, this ingredient definitely differs from the classic. But those differences are all the more reason that you should start incorporating turbinado sugar into your baking.
That all being said, turbinado sugar is most often and most effectively used as a crunchy topping on muffins, quick breads, and even some cookies. It will give your baked goods a special texture since it doesn’t melt or dissolve into the batter like brown and granulated sugar. Because of its coarseness, turbinado sugar isn’t ideal for smooth applications like whipped cream or mousse, but it’s perfect for spice rubs and fruit desserts like crumbles or crisps.
This deeply flavoured, lightly processed sweetener is the ingredient you didn’t know you needed, but you do!
Coarse Sugar, Molasses.
Serving Size - 4g(1 tsp)
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I like it, right out of the packet. As a treat. Great in the morning, hot. Summertime cold and white Nepan tea.