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Is karamellizált cukorszirup vegan?

Karamellizált cukorszirup is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is karamellizált cukorszirup?

Karamellizált cukorszirup is a mouth-watering ingredient that brings a sweet and caramelized flavor to any dish. Made by heating sugar until it melts and turns amber in color, this syrup adds depth and complexity to sauces, desserts, and other culinary creations. Its rich aroma and taste are perfect for enhancing the sweetness of baked goods like cakes, cookies, and muffins, or as a glaze for roasted meats and vegetables. With its distinctive flavor and versatility, karamellizált cukorszirup is a must-have ingredient in any kitchen, adding a touch of decadence to every dish.

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