Maple syrup

Maple syrup

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

As its name implies, maple syrup is a product of the sap extracted from various species of the maple tree. Maple syrup has a distinctive but delicate flavour and is used over pancakes, popovers, ice cream and other desserts. It may flavour custard, creams, moulds, ice creams or fillings and frostings for cakes or biscuits.

There are different grades of maple syrup, the best being light in colour. Once opened, maple syrup should be stored in the refrigerator.

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