Cookbook:Demerara Sugar

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Raw Cane Demerara Sugar.
Demerara Sugar.

Demerara is a large-grained, yellowish brown sugar with slightly sticky crystals and a relatively low molasses content - hence its paler color and milder flavor. Said to be a more natural product (fewer or no chemicals used in its manufacture) than brown sugar, it's a popular product for tea and coffee in England, Australia and Canada, but not very well known in the U.S. It makes an excellent table sugar and can be used for decorating cookies or as the caramelizing sugar on creme brulee.