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Jaggery recipes

Jaggery is a completely unrefined sugar made from sugar cane juice that is reduced (cooked down) and set into blocks. It has a wonderful, rich flavour, somewhere between molasses and caramel depending on the quality and season.

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Jaggery can be found in most supermarkets with a good Asian section. Muscovado sugar works well as an alternative.

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