CARAMELIZE

To heat sugar in order to turn it brown and give it a special taste.

caramelize

(KAR-uh-mul-lze, KAR-uh-mel-lze or KAHR-mul-lze) -
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caramelize

caramelise verb convert to caramel
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Caramelize

In a large saucepan over medium heat, melt granulated sugar, stirring constantly, until sugar caramelizes into a golden-brown syrup Superfine sugar caramelized in less time.
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Caramelize

The process of cooking sugar until it begins to color. Also, while slowly cooking some vegetables e.g. onions, root vegetables, the natural sugars are released and the vegetables will caramelize in their own sugars, usually oil is used in the pan to help the process.
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caramelize

To heat sugar in order to turn it brown and give it a special taste.
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Caramelize

To heat sugar until it liquefies and becomes a clear caramel syrup ranging in color from golden to dark brown. Fruits and vegetables with natural sugars can be caramelized by saut
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caramelize

[v] - be converted into caramel 2. [v] - convert to caramel
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