golden caster sugar

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mark111757

golden caster sugar

i have been trying to find this here in the states and it is like trying to find hens teeth. one of the many places that you can buy british goods on line suggested that i take Demerara sugar and blitz it in a food processor to make it less coarse. ok....my question to all you good forum folks is just how true is that and do you think that it could work? for some reason i thought that it would have been easier to get golden caster sugar....

thanks to all

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Welshcookie

Golden caster

It is not a vital ingredient. Ordinary caster is fine. If you think you must have it just add a tiny bit of black treacle to a recipe.

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suzannem

golden caster sugar

I never use it - I usually use ordinary caster sugar but if I want a bit of a caramel colour/flavour I use half light soft brown sugar.

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Wendy

Caster sugar

Hi there

I can't get soft brown sugar nor golden caster. I can only get Demerara and ordinary white sugar. As to your question, I blitzed Demerara with a bit of white (I didn't have enough Dem) to make mincemeat at Christmas. It turned out most successfully but keep an eye on it as it doesn't take long

Regards

Wendy

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Expat Badger

golden caster sugar

yep me too - sometimes i use soft light brown sugar but normally just regular caster sugar

i find soft light brown sugar goes hard in the jar pretty fast and i find that annoying...

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John S.

caster sugar

I have never seen it in Canada in the forty years I've lived here, the regular granulated sugar here is extra fine so there is no need for it, the closest thing to golden caster sugar you'll find here is called golden yellow sugar.

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mark111757

golden caster sugar

hey gang

found it for sale here

http://www.britsuperstore.com/

and they take paypal too

enjoy

 
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