Naturally Flavoured and Coloured Ginger Sugars and Icing SugarsGinger - slightly lemony, slightly woody, very warm. Sweet and Savoury at the same time - Delish!
Ginger is commonly used in both sweet and savoury dishes, and our sugar and icing sugar take that Super Power to the next level. Stir fried Beef with Ginger? Caramelised Grilled Vegetables with Ginger Sugar? Carrot Cake or Coffee Cake with Ginger Icing? All of the above.
Ginger – it’s gentle warmth is spicy, earthy and yet slightly citrusy at the same time. It’s delicious. Which is why we find the best fresh ginger and natural raw cane sugar, and combine them to make our amazing Ginger Sugar. It’s a flavour that wakes you up and comforts you, simultaneously. Mouthwateringly flavourful, our Ginger Sugar is something that can be used as an ingredient, or as a final flourish. Use it as a base note, or as the soloist in your culinary masterpiece. It can do either job, and masterfully well.
We like to use our Ginger Sugar in crumble toppings, and on biscuits and cakes as a flavour flourish. It’s fantastic in tea and coffee, or Hot Chocolate. It’s superb as an ingredient in salad dressings, or sprinkled over fruit. It’s spectacular combined with anything of a lemony personality. And we particularly like the way it brings stir fries to life, or adds the final finishing touch to curries. Try it today, bring a little spice to your life!
HOW TO USE: Ginger Sugars And Icing Sugars
These sugars and icing sugars are a fantastic addition to any dish that needs a bit of sophistication
COFFEE / TEA:
Add the sugar to coffee or tea to add a new depth of flavour.
MAIN COURSE / ENTREE:
Lamb Tagine loves Cinnamon, and it loves a touch of sweetness as well. Add our Cinnamon Sugar as a final sparkling crunch to your dish, immediately before serving.
Cinnamon buns, spread with paste made from Cinnamon Sugar, slathered with Cinnamon Icing and sprinkled with Cinnamon Sugar – more is definitely more!
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