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Is sucre caramélisé en poudre vegan?

Sucre caramélisé en poudre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sucre caramélisé en poudre?

Sucre caramélisé en poudre, or caramelized sugar powder, is a delightful ingredient that can add a sweet and rich flavor to any recipe. Made by heating granulated sugar until it melts and turns golden brown, the sugar is then ground into a fine powder that can easily be sprinkled on top of desserts or used to flavor baked goods, such as cookies and cakes. This powder has a unique taste that is both sweet and slightly bitter, with hints of toffee and molasses. It can also add a lovely crunch to dishes, making it an ideal ingredient for creating textured and flavorful desserts.

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