Brown Sugar is a mixture of sugar and sugar cane syrup. Brown Sugar is used i.a. in Irish coffee, sprinkled on junket, for glazing ham, and on top of cakes, e.g. Brunsviger cake. Brown Sugar is highly suitable for cooking because the slightly unusual spicy aroma goes well with the taste of i.a. ethnic food. Brown Sugar is also great at bringing out the taste of other ingredients and spices.Ingredients: sugar, cane sugar syrup.
Dark Syrup is more distinctive and aromatic, with a full-bodied, toffee-like flavour. It is ideal in gingerbread and chocolate toffee, and as a flavour-enhancer in many savoury dishes.Ingredients: sugar-beet syrup, sugar-cane syrup, saltNutritional information per. 100g: Energy 1330/310 kJ / kilocalories fat 0 g saturated fat 0 g 77 g carbohydrates as sugar 77 g protein 0,5 g salt 0.94 g.
Heimatsmühle rye flour type 1150. Excellent for making mixed rye and rye bread. We recommend the rye flour type 1150 for gingerbread, mixed bread, and rye bread.Items baked with rye are typically a bit darker and firmer. Rye can be an important part of a balanced diet.
Potato flour has nothing to do with flour. It's similar, but it's actually made from potatoes, where the starch has been extracted from them.Potato flour can be used as starch in dishes for people who do not tolerate gluten. It is 100 percent gluten-free. In addition, there is virtually no fat or protein in it - and then there is no taste or color in this starch.Potato flour can also be used as a stain remover. If you spill red wine or other colored liquid on the floor, the potato flour is your friend. As it has an enormous absorbency, it can suck the liquid up from the carpet or the wooden floor. Sprinkle potato flour on the stain and let it dry. Then you vacuum up the now colored potato flour and the stain has almost disappeared.Ingredients: Potato starch