How to Soften White Sugar?


If you have ever gotten a bag of sugar only to get it home and find that it's rock hard, you'll know that it's important to know how to soften it and get it back to granulated form so you can use it. First, place the sugar into a very strong plastic food storage type bag. Using a meat tenderizing hammer, break the sugar into manageable chunks. Place these chunks into a food processor and pulse until it is back in its granulated form.
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If it has gone dry and hard in its container, you can put it in a glass bowl, along with a separate glass of water, in to your microwave. Heat for about 1-2 minutes.
1. Place the sugar into a heavy-duty plastic food storage bag. Seal the bag. 2. Use the flat side of a meat tenderizing hammer or a rolling pin and pound the bag until the pieces
Answer You can put hard white sugar in a food processor to make a confectioners sugar, the same way you can turn salt into powdered salt or popcorn salt.
To soften white sugar that has hardened in the paper bag in which it was packaged, heat your oven
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