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caramel

noun as in bonbon

noun as in sugar

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Chewy caramelsDespite its name, caramelization isn’t the main reason why caramel candies have that smooth, brown color they’re known for.

Salt also works to balance sweetness, as in sea salt caramel.

Chocolate, caramel and coffee all contain roasted, caramellic and nutty notes.

When I started, the wood looked gray and sad, but after it absorbed the polyurethane, the color deepened into a rich caramel, bringing the structure to life.

Rory’s at the coffee stand downsizing her order because she can’t afford the large caramel macchiato she wanted, and Logan shows up and bails her out — and it’s not a bad thing!

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There I try several vintages of the amber-gold wine that tastes of honey, spices, and burned caramel.

These bad boys add in a dangerously decadent layer of caramel to create the so-called “Even Sluttier Slutty Brownies.”

Beyond the river, caramel plains rolled away to the distant horizon, spotted with acacia trees and slow-moving giraffe.

My three younger siblings have skin tones that range from caramel to a golden bronze.

It was this giant round patty of chocolate, nuts, and caramel.

You can vary them by putting in jam or by making the sugar into caramel, or adding a little bit of rice.

Now, while I am making the caramel, I will describe to you the clarifying of the soup.

If the curd is a dull brown color caramel was probably used to color the milk.

If the acid solution turns blue while the curd does not change its color, caramel was used to color the milk.

A very small amount of caramel will require several hours to precipitate.

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On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to caramel, such as: aureate, auric, auriferous, aurous, aurulent, and blond.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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