Raw Cane sugar with grated coconut
Buy online at Orlandosidee®, Cane sugar, flavored with grated coconut in different pack sizes.
The aroma and Culinary Use
Cane sugar with grated coconut from Orlandosidee® has a refined caramel flavor that is fantastically associated with the fresh taste of the coconut. It is suitable for all refreshing drinks, but also hot drinks such as cappuccino or milk. I recommend it for the production of bakery products and desserts, but also personalized cocktails.
Use our sugar for making muffins or cupcakes. There are countless variations for every taste, such as Koko - Limoncello muffins. The coconut, with its sweet aroma, softens the acidity of the lemon and lemon zest, thus creating a unique, irresistible taste.
Muffins are made easy and fast, take a simple electric mixer, whisk butter with the sugar and gradually add the remaining ingredients. Once they have received a homogeneous mass, pour the dough into the provided molds and off in the oven, with a few moves delicious and fragrant coconut limoncello muffins are prepared.
What is cane sugar? Cane sugar is sugar from sugarcane - Saccharum officinarum. Sugar cane itself is a tropical herb (Poaceae) and comes from East Asia. Its stature height is about 3-6 meters, and its diameter reaches about 2-4.5 cm.
Three sugars are made from sugarcane. First, a white sugar (refined more than once), secondly, a light brown sugar (once refined), the raw cane sugar (it has a low molasses share), and in a third of the full cane sugar, it is unrefined. It remains natural. The proportion of molasses is very high, and therefore it has a typical caramel taste.
The plant, the sugar cane, is not very demanding, it thrives at temperatures between 25 and 30 ° C and requires much water. However, its roots must not be in the water, so many plantations are built on hills. This allows the water to flow naturally, and the plant is unlikely to rot. The cold affects the growth, the lower the temperature, the slower the plant grows. The increase comes to a complete standstill when the outside temperature reaches 15 degrees.
Today, sugarcane grows in many tropical and subtropical regions such as India, Brazil, Australia, and South Africa. The sugar production is pervasive and requires much work.
Sugar cane contains about 10-20% sucrose. After the cane is collected, it is freed from the leaves and finely chopped. In the next process, the finely chopped pieces are forced through heavy rollers to extract the juice fully. This sweet juice is then filtered, thickened, processed by crystallization, and refining. Raw cane sugar still contains an essential part of the molasses.
Sugar, like all spices and herbs, should be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. I recommend glasses with screw cap closure. They are environmentally friendly and easy to clean. When well preserved, sugar-like salt retains its properties for years.
Ingredients: 100% raw cane sugar - coconut
Energy value (calories) 380 Kcal per 100 g.
- protein 0.12 g
- Carbohydrates 98.09 g
- Sugar 97.02 g
- Sodium 28 mg
- Calcium 83 mg
- iron 0.71 mg
- Magnesium 9 mg
- Phosphorus 4 mg
- Potassium 133 mg
- Sodium 28 mg
- Zinc 0.03 mg
- copper 0.047 mg
- Manganese 0.064 mg
- selenium 1.2 μg
- Niacin (Vitamin B3 or PP) 0.11 mg 0.6% RDA
- pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) 0.132 mg 2.2% RDA
- Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6) 0.041 mg 2.1% RDA
- Folate 1 μg
- Food Folate 1 μg
- Folate (DFE) 1 μg 0.5% RDA
- choline 2.3 mg
- betaine 0.1 mg