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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Brown Sugar Butter Syrup & Gulkand / Rose Petal Jam Sauce


Brown sugar butter syrup is a quick and easy preparation. It is a yummy syrup to use in lieu of maple syrup over pancakes / waffles. For those wondering where the pictures of that syrup are, I haven't posted them. :) I was not happy with the quality of the syrup pictures I took and so, they are going to get updated the next time I make the syrup.

Ingredients for brown sugar - butter syrup:
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup water
1/4 cup butter
1/8 tsp. vanilla or maple extract (optional)

Method:
* Add sugar and water to a sauce pan on medium heat, Bring it to a boil, stirring until the sugar melts. 
* Let the mixture continue to boil for about five minutes and add butter. Stir until the butter melts and add any extract if using. Turn off the stove.
* Serve warm over pancakes / waffles. Refrigerate any leftover syrup and reheat before serving.
 
I used some of the leftover syrup to prepare an interesting sauce based on gulkand that turned out to be delicious. Even my daughter who detests gulkand could not stop eating it. Basically a jam sauce can be prepared by adding a little quantity of water and sugar, if needed to the jam and cooked until a desired quantity is reached. The gulkand sauce also can be prepared this way, only if you prefer the pronounced flavor of gulkand in the sauce. Somehow I didn't and tried the sauce again with some of the left over brown sugar butter syrup I had and that's what caught my fancy. 

Ingredients for gulkand syrup:
1/4 cup syrup from above 
1/4 cup gulkand / rose petal jam
2 tbsp. water 

Method:
* Add the ingredients to a small sauce pan and cook on medium flame, stirring. If the mixture appears too thick, add a tbsp. or more water and cook until the desired consistency is reached. Or add the ingredients to a microwave safe bowl and cook in the microwave in 30 seconds / minute intervals until desired consistency is reached. Please note that this sauce thickens after cooling because of the butter used.
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This post goes to Blogging marathon #78 under the theme "Toppings for Pancakes / Ice creams". Check out the page to read what other marathoners are cooking.

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5 comments:

Priya Suresh said...

Such a beautiful syrup, wat a wonderful combination. Lipsmacking here.

vaishali sabnani said...

The syrup sounds very interesting . It must be very aromatic . Somehow I am a great fan of Gulkand.

Gayathri Kumar said...

The brown sugar sauce sounds so good and pairing it with gulkand is a very innovative idea. Great topping for pancakes and waffles..

Srivalli said...

Both the sauces sound excellent Suma, I am so taken in by all these sauces as we are so used to spicy ones...must try these combinations!

preeti gupta said...

Looks beautiful and interesting topping for pancakes and Icecream.
Preeti garg (Simply Tadka)