How to Caramelize Brown Sugar?

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Carmelize brown sugar by boiling the brown sugar. This changes the sugar granules to a liquid substance. This is done in lots of recipes where brown sugar is used.
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How to Caramelize Brown Sugar
Caramelizing brown sugar is a technique used by many cooks and chefs to give sugar a different texture, taste and smell for certain recipes from breakfast dishes to dinner dishes along with a wide variety of treats and snacks. There are many uses for... More »
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