Soft Brown Sugar

Soft Brown Sugar is a mixture of sugar and sugar cane syrup. Soft Brown Sugar is used i.a. in Irish coffee, sprinkled on junket, for glazing ham, and on top of cakes, e.g. Brunsviger cake. Soft Brown Sugar is highly suitable for cooking because the slightly unusual spicy aroma goes well with the taste of i.a. ethnic food. Soft Brown Sugar is also great at bringing out the taste of other ingredients and spices.

Measures and Weights: Soft Brown Sugar
100 ml = approx. 75 g
1 tbsp = approx. 13 g
1 tsp = approx. 4 g


- The best way to store Soft Brown Sugar is in a tightly sealed container in the fridge. Soft Brown Sugar is a moist sugar that can dry out (Soft Brown Sugar is white sugar with sugar cane syrup added.) If the liquid disappears, the sugar dries out and becomes lumpy. This can be remedied by placing a piece of potato or a damp kitchen towel in the packet and leaving it for a while. If the sugar is very hard, the procedure can be repeated several times.

- A little Soft Brown Sugar in breadcrumbs for breaded fish gives a fresh, exciting taste.

- Replace a cup of white sugar with a cup of Soft Brown Sugar next time you bake chocolate cake – it gives extra special taste.

Nutritional values per 100 g

Energy 1650 kJ/390 kcal
Fat 0 g
- of which saturates 0 g
Carbohydrates 97 g
- of which sugars 95 g
Protein < 0,5 g
Salt 0,08 g

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