What is Molasses? Melasse, as it is called in our language, is commonly used in American recipes. Gingerbread, in particular, cannot do without this ingredient. In the Southern states, the brown liquid is also used in BBQ sauces. Our Bourbon Molasses Barbecue Sauce by Stonewall Kitchen or our Bourbon Molasses Mustard by Stonewall Kitchen are two examples of that. Melasse is a thick, brown sugar syrup that is a byproduct of sugar production. When cooking sugarcane juice, it results in both raw sugar and molasses. Depending on how many times the sugarcane juice is boiled, there are three grades of molasses: Mild (with the highest sugar content), Dark, and Blackstrap, which is almost black syrup after three boiling processes.
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