Golden Syrup

Golden syrup is a pale coloured syrup produced by the evaporation of cane sugar. Less sweet than sugar, golden syrup contains more water and glucose, and a high proportion of calories.

It is used to sweeten and flavour cakes and puddings, for sauces and as a filling for tarts.

In the United States, light corn syrup may be used as a substitute for golden syrup.

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