golden syrup

noun

Definition of golden syrup

chiefly British

Examples of golden syrup in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web This 28% alcohol amaretto is the color of bog water and golden syrup. Tom Mullen, Forbes, 31 Oct. 2021 The most common type of mooncake available in metro Phoenix is a Cantonese version, which has a chewy, golden-brown crust made with alkaline water, lard and golden syrup. Priscilla Totiyapungprasert, The Arizona Republic, 17 Sep. 2021 But despite the various iterations, the most common difference between recipes is the ratio of traditional ingredients, with varying amounts of oats, coconut, sugar, and golden syrup. Lara Lee, Bon Appétit, 19 Apr. 2021 Making the biscuit is a common childhood activity—butter and golden syrup are melted and mixed with oats, coconut, flour, baking soda, and sugar, and then rolled into balls and baked. Lara Lee, Bon Appétit, 19 Apr. 2021 Place the chocolate, butter and golden syrup or honey in a heatproof bowl set over a pan with a few inches of simmering water, ensuring the bottom of the bowl doesn’t touch the water, and stir occasionally until everything is melted and smooth. Washington Post, 2 Dec. 2020 Out of more than 700 recipes in his book, three are Sami: reindeer heart stew, thick rye flatbreads plush with reindeer fat and pancakes suffused with golden syrup and reindeer blood. Ligaya Mishan, New York Times, 9 Nov. 2020 Combine sugar, 1/2 cup water, butter, and golden syrup in a large saucepan. Marian Cooper Cairns, Country Living, 7 Sep. 2020 For a golden syrup, there must be 75 percent or higher transmittance. Jennifer Ouellette, Ars Technica, 28 May 2020

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First Known Use of golden syrup

1860, in the meaning defined above

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“Golden syrup.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/golden%20syrup. Accessed 25 Jan. 2022.

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