Definition of Date Sugar - Substituting Date Sugar
Date sugar - It is more of a food than a sweetener. It is an unprocessed sugar made from dehydrated dates that are ground into small bits to be used as a sweetener.
Date sugar is high in fiber, and has
a long list of vitamins and
minerals, including iron. It is light tan in color. Tends to clump as is
naturally hydroscopic, but will break up. Its use is limited by price and the fact it does not dissolve when added to liquids.
Using date sugar - Substitute one cup date sugar for each cup granulated
sugar or brown sugar in your recipe.
Using date sugar - Substitute one cup date sugar for each cup granulated sugar or brown sugar in your recipe.
In using date sugar, I have found that substituting a cup of date sugar for a cup of granulated sugar makes the product far too sweet for my taste. I reduce the sugar that is asked for in the recipe by 2/3 and have had far better results.
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