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Billington's Raw Cane Demerara Sugar 500g

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About Raw Cane Demerara Sugar

Raw Cane Demerara Sugar from Billington's is a golden brown sugar with a sticky texture. Its large champagne-coloured crystals make it a crunchy topping on cookies, cakes, muffins, and gourmet desserts. It is also amazing with melons, grilled fruit, or warm oatmeal.

This Demerara sugar is unlike any other. The secret to it's remarkable flavour is in the molasses: Demerara is made simply with the aim of locking in, not refining out, the sugar cane's natural molasses.

Produced naturally on the 27 mile island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, this sugar has centuries of tradition and wisdom poured into each sparking crystal. Mauritius has the perfect combination of climate, soil conditions and tropical sun that is exactly suited to growing sugar cane unmatched in quality. Within just 24 hours of harvesting, the cane is crushed and the sweet juices are collected, clarified to remove impurities, evaporated and crystallised. It's really that simple.

Ingredients

Raw Cane Demerara Sugar ingredients: Natural Cane Sugar.

Why not try one of our healthy recipes using this product

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Summary: From Halloween to Thanksgiving to Christmas, Pumpkin Pie makes an apparition on almost every American dining table every year ! Try your hand at this Autumn favourite with this easy recipe that shows you how to make your own sweet shortcrust pastry and pumpkin puree. Outside of pumpkin season, use butternut squash or even red Hokkaido squash, both equally delicious in a pie.

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