FLAVOURED SUGARS

YIELD: 1 CUP
    
METHOD:
1. Toast whole spices individually until fragrant (if required).
2. Cool spices.
3. Crush spices (or dried fruit) using mortar and pestle (or food processor, or blender).
4. Add extracts/flavourings/colour into sugar and process/blend for a few seconds until distributed throughout the sugar and sugar is the desired consistency.
5. Spread infused sugar onto a lined tray (or into a wide dish) and leave at room temperature for 1 hour to dry.
6. Store sugar in airtight containers in the refrigerator for up to 4 weeks.
     
Citrus Sugar
1 cup sugar
Zest from 2 limes, 1 orange and 1 lemon
   
Spiced Sugar
Blend vanilla beans with sugar, or poke
empty (scraped) vanilla bean pods into a
jar of sugar to infuse over several months.
1 cup sugar 
1 1/2 tablespoons ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg

STRAWBERRY SUGAR
   
Vanilla Sugar
1 cup sugar
1 vanilla bean
   
INFUSED SUGAR FLAVOUR IDEAS:
Blueberry Sugar 
Brandied Sugar
Cacao / Cocoa Sugar
Candy Apple Sugar
Cinnamon & Ginger Sugar 
Coffee Sugar 
Ginger Sugar
Lemon Sugar 
Lime Sugar 
Orange Sugar 
Peppermint Stick Sugar
Raspberry Sugar 
Rum Sugar
Spearmint Sugar

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