How to Caramelize Sugar | Caramelized Sugar

We are starting the first week of the 25th Edition of Blogging Marathon. I feel elated that we have reached a milestone in blogging. What started as a way to keep this blog live, it's become an obsession in the end to continue blogging and sharing recipes. 

When I think of BM, what strikes more is the way so many bloggers have embraced this and have been doing this for so many editions. This is not possible without any of their support. There was a time when it was 7 non stop blogging for two weeks with different themes. I literally used to keep thinking and pondering on the different themes that can make this BM interesting. I hope I have met the satisfaction. 

After a while we felt seven non stop days were becoming too much and we settled for a three day four week pattern and this really suited everybody. This called for even more interesting themes and so I ended up thinking all possible combinations and rules.

All said and done, BM is simply run with the passion that each of us have. And towards that I have always given in for exceptions. So if you are interested in updating, being part of this wonderful group, you can join us. 

We have a surprise thing planned and would be revealing it end of this month. I hope my friends would enjoy as much as I am looking forward to it.

Coming to the theme this week, I always love basics. Given that we resort to the basics that so help us to make the actual dish, I always look for different ways we make the basics. This is yet another how to make series. Starting today would be caramalizing sugar. I was specific to say we will be doing liquid basics, I clarify that the basics can be anything that's more like in a liquid state than a powder.

How to Caramelize Sugar

Ingredients Needed:

Sugar - 25 gms
Water - 2 tbsp
How to make Caramel Sauce

In a non stick pan, take the sugar and heat it up. Simmer and keep stirring. The sugar will start melting and within seconds the colour will start turning brown or golden.

Continue cooking for couple of seconds when you see the sugar become thick. Then add water and bring to boil. Make sure you mix the syrup and water well.

Boil in low flame for atleast 5 minutes till the sugar turns into golden brown switch off the flame and cool.


Make sure you turn the sugar into brown and then add water. The syrup should be more liquid and not very thick.

This can be refrigerated for a week.

In the dish you want to make, add the syrup to the bottom, freeze for at least 10 mins, then pour the other dish over this. This way the caramel sauce will not mix into the other dish.

You can use this sauce on ice creams, custard, cakes etc

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