Muscovado sugar, also referred as Barbados sugar, is a kind of brown sugar obtained from the sugar cane and it’s almost completely non-processed. This kind of sugar is of the highest quality.
To be obtained it’s crystallized and then centrifuged. Each sugar crystal ends up covered with a thin layer of molasses, which gives it its dark color and moisture.
The nutritional values for the muscovado sugar are higher than white sugar or refined brown sugar as it preserves minerals such as magnesium, potassium, iron, or calcium from the sugar cane plant.
This sugar preserves the intense taste of the molasses; it’s strong, a bit sour, with hints of nut, butter, caramel and licorice.
It’s used for bakery and pastries.
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