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04/23/2014

Molasses recipes
1. Spiced Apple Roll
Spiced Apple Roll is a dessert molasses recipe created of chopped apples, raisins, cloves, molasses, nutmeg, butter, water, flour, some salt, baking powder, some mace, shortening, egg, milk, and butter.


Molasses
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sugar byproduct, the brownish liquid residue left after heat crystallization of sucrose (commercial sugar) in the process of refining.

Mix shortening, sugar, egg and molasses thoroughly. Sift together remaining ingredients and stir in. Chill dough.

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Blackstrap molasses being poured from a spoon.

molasses = treacle Pronunciation: muh-LASS-sis Equivalents: One cup = 8 ounces Notes: Sugar is made by extracting juice from sugar cane or sugar beets, boiling them, and then extracting the sugar crystals.

Molasses or treacle is a thick syrup by-product from the processing of the sugarcane or sugar beet into sugar. (In some parts of the U.S., "molasses" also refers to sorghum syrup.
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Molasses is a thick, robust-tasting, syrupy by-product of sugar refining, a procedure that may or may not use sulfur. Light molasses results from the first boiling of the syrup, dark molasses from the second boiling.

Molasses - a thick, sweet, brownish-black liquid that is a by-product of sugar-refining; used in breads, cookies and pastries for its distinctive, slightly bitter flavor and dark color.

Molasses A thick, dark, heavy sweet syrup.
Monk's beard A vegetable grown in Italy, similar in appearance to samphire.
Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) An additive used to enhance the flavor of foods.

Molasses. Ordinary granulated sugar is made by squeezing the juice from sugar cane or sugar beets, boiling it down to a syrupy mixture, and extracting the sugar crystals from it. Molasses is the thick, dark residue left behind.

Molasses: A thick, dark, heavy sweet syrup.
Mozzarella: An Italian water-buffalo milk fresh or un-ripened cheese sold in whey.

Molasses - A thick brown syrup that is separated from raw sugar during the refinement process.

Molasses - A syrup made from natural sugarcane juices, clarified, reduced, and blended. To produce table sugar, raw sugar is processed into refined sugar. The remaining syrup is the sweetest molasses.

Molasses - When sugar is refined, the juice squeezed from the plants is boiled until it becomes a syrupy mixture. Molasses is the remaining brownish liquid. The darker the molasses, the more boilings it has been through.

molasses (muh-LAS-sihz) - Molasses is made from sugar cane, which goes through a complex process, which removes all of the nutrients, resulting in a white sugar. When the natural sugar crystallizes, the molasses is drawn off or "spun out." ...

MOLASSES
A popular, economical 17th/18th century substitute for refined white sugar. One of the primary points of the Triangle Trade (the other two being rum and slaves). Well known by period cooks in England and America.

Mighty Molasses
With its strong, fragrant dark caramel flavor, expect great things from molasses. It's about 65% as sweet as sugar, and is in fact produced during the refining of sugar.

Molasses-Spice Gravy
Here's a low-calorie, fat-free gravy. Make it with broth, sweet potato, and carrots and flavor with molasses and allspice.
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This is a syrup resulting from the crystallization of raw sugar from the sap. Additional processing results in darker and stronger tasting molasses called black strap.
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Molasses or maple syrup can be used in place of dark corn syrup, measure for measure. Keep in mind that all of these substitutes are sweeter than corn syrup and will lend a different flavor profile to the recipe.

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Molasses
A thick, dark, heavy syrup that is a by-product of sugar refining. It is far less sweet than syrup or honey and the darker the molasses, the less sugar it contains.

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Molasses, Blackstrap A molasses removed after the third boiling of the sugarcane in the sugar-refining process; darker, thicker and less sweet than light molasses, it is generally used as a flavoring.

1/2 cup molasses
1 cup applesauce
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp cloves
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1-3/4 cup flour (whole wheat pastry flour is good)
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molasses; also called blackstrap. Lasagna
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A wide, flat pasta noodle with a ruffled or plain edge.

Lick - molasses; also called blackstrap or larrup.
Licuadora - [Spanish] electric blender.

Blackstrap Molasses:
Thick, black syrup, produced from sugar cane. In the UK and Australia, simply known as molasses. It produces a bitter flavor.
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Molasses: also known as dark treacle. Molasses is the left over result of processing sugar cane after the granulated sugar has been removed. Appears as a dark, thick, pungent liquid.

Molasses: A thick, strong flavored syrup, produced as a by-product when sugar is refined through several times of boiling sugar cane or sugar beets.

old-fashioned molasses cookies 2 Recipe
Ingredients: shortening, Sugar, Eggs, molasses, warm coffee, baking soda, all-purpose flour, cinnamon, Salt
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Try caster sugar, molasses or maple syrup.
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demi, demie (Fr.) Half.
demi-deuil, a la (Fr.) Poultry and other pale-colored foods garnished
with truffles to resemble "half-mourning"; with poultry,, the truffle ...

Brown Sugar Small crystals of refined white sugar treated with dark grade molasses. Cashew Sweet, buttery, kidney-shaped nuts that grow from the bottom of the tropical cashew apple.

Jaggery (palm sugar) or molasses. Gosht Lamb. Gram flour. Chickpea flour (besan). Gulab jaman. An Indian dessert. Small 1-inch diameter balls of flour and milk powder deep-fried to golden and served cold in syrup. Cake-like texture. Gurda. Kidney.

Acidic liquid ingredients like sour milk, sour cream, buttermilk, yogurt, molasses, and lemon juice help baking soda produce the gases which make a batter rise. Basil A member of the mint family, this ancient herb has a pungent flavor.

Baking soda must be baked with an acid such as buttermilk, chocolate, citrus juice, brown sugar, honey or molasses.
Baking Sheet - Baking sheets are used for baking and some in both shiny and dark varieties.

Sour milk, sour cream, buttermilk, yogurt, molasses, orange or lemon juice produce good results
Basil
Herb which is widely used in Italian dishes, most particularly with tomato-based entrees.

Leavening: Leavening other than yeast or baking powder is produced when SODA is added to neutralize the acid of SOUR MILK or MOLASSES.

Brown sugar: Sugar crystals contained in a molasses syrup with natural flavor and color components. Dark and light brown sugars may be substituted according to individual preferences for product color or taste.

Brown Sugar is made from a mixture of white sugar and molasses and is generally available in light or dark varieties. The darker the sugar, the more intense the molasses flavor.

The crystals are left much smaller than for white sugar, and the syrup or molasses is not washed off completely.

Anadama Bread - A yeast bread made with flour, cornmeal and molasses. The bread originated in New England, and there are a variety of stories about how it got its name.

The Norman chronicler Hugo Falcandus (fl. late 12th century) makes several references to sugar production in Sicily and describes not only the sugarcane plantations, but also molasses cooking and sugar refining.

She learned from her mother how to make a most delicious white fruit cake, a white fruitcake is a fruitcake that does not have any molasses, molasses which is very bitter, not having the molasses in the fruitcake gives it a lighter color, ...

Most recipes which use baking soda will also contain an acid ingredient such as buttermilk or molasses.

Jaggery (palm sugar) or molasses. Made during the process of making sugar. Three byproducts are made during this time. Molasses, alcohol and jaggery. Jaggery is really just a dehydrated form of sugar cane juice.

Sugar-Free
(no added sugar, honey, syrup, molasses, etc. - product is sweetened by fruit or other ingredients that are naturally sweet). This code is used only for recipes where sugar would normally be added.
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Granulated or white sugar combined with molasses giving it a soft texture. Dark brown sugar has a heavier molasses flavor and light brown sugar, a more delicate taste.
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Anadama bread: a yeast-raised bread made of white flour and cornmeal and molasses

Awful Awful: A thick ice-cream shake (short for "awful big, awful good") from a Rhode Island chain called Newport Creamery.

It has the vinegar and peppers from Carolina mixed with Midwestern tomatoes and a fair amount of molasses for body.

Suffolk Cure - A type of bacon cure using dark beer, molasses sugar and spices
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brown sugar - Granulated or white sugar combined with molasses giving it a soft texture. Dark brown sugar has a heavier molasses flavor and light brown sugar, a more delicate taste.

Brown Sugar 1/2cup...2T. molasses in 1/2 c. granulated sugar.
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Sour milk 1 cup....1T lemon juice or vinegar plus sweet milk to make 1 c. (let stand 5 minutes).

-Worcestershire Sauce - A condiment developed in England from flavors discovered in India. It is used as a sauce, a seasoning, and a condiment. It is made of a very odd assortment of ingredients including anchovies, tamarind, vinegar, molasses, ...

ingredient in the US made by adding enzymes to corn starch, turning it into syrup of dextrose, maltose and/or glucose. It comes in two flavours - dark and light. Light corn syrup is very sweet like golden syrup while dark corn syrup has a molasses ...

It is one of the few cornmeal yeast breads, although it contains a large portion of wheat flour, which is necessary for the bread to properly rise. Anadama bread is also given a distinctive flavor with the addition of molasses.

Most cake and candy decorating supply places also have paste colors available. You can also add a little molasses to the peanut butter to approximate the color of peanut butter that paste colors give.

This sour, sharp-tasting liquid containing natural, acetic acid is produced from the fermentation of the juice of various fruits or berries, or from honey, molasses, or even cereal grains as in malt vinegars.

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Gastronomy  Mojo  Molcajete
04/23/2014

 
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