15 Everyday Dishes that Taste Amazing with Caramel Sauce
Here is a huge call out to all our foodie friends out there. If you love to drool over the yummilicious, brown, buttery and creamy caramel sauce and create reasons to just have it with anything and everything, this blog is a sweet surprise for you. We will explore 20 Everyday Dishes that Taste Amazing with Caramel Sauce. So that next time you wish to have the creamy delicacy, you can make it taste all the more heavenly.
What makes Caramel more Caramelicious – The heat activation between the sugar and the milk solids creates the caramelised flavour. Caramel sauce is made by cooking the sugar syrup and adding milk and in it. This mixture is continuously heated and stirred until it becomes milky and light brown, if heated further it can be turned into toffees.
History of Caramel Sauce – There is no exact history of how Caramel was invented. But, it is recorded around about 1650 Americans had started making hard candies in kettles. Between this period and the early 1880’s, one of the candy makers added fat and milk while boiling sugar and water, creating the caramel. In that period, caramels were also made using sugar beet juice as refined sugar was pretty expensive.
Now that we know the history that beckons our Caramel Sauce; let’s get started with the dishes that taste amazing when coated with it. Shall we?
- Coffee Caramel Sauce: If you kick start your day with a cup of coffee, then it is time to make it utterly delicious. All you need is hot brewed coffee and French Caramel Sauce. Heat 1 cup caramel sauce, 1 cup coffee with 1 cinnamon stick over medium heat. Stir it constantly, until thickened, for about 15 to 20 minutes. Then stir in 2 teaspoons vanilla. Let it cool; discard the cinnamon stick, and sip. We bet this will become a daily affair and you will never give up your morning cuppa. Our French Caramel Sauce is 100% natural. Homemade with no preservatives and no added colour, it is not only tasty but also good for health.
- Caramel Apple Pies: We know how much you love pie. Make it all the more authentic by cooking peeled, sliced apples with 1/4 cup caramel sauce, 2 spoons butter and 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon powder in a non-stick pan over medium-low heat until it softens, for about 15 minutes. Let it cool. Add it to your ready-made pie and savour. If you bake the pie at home, then after making the sauce cut the 2 rounds pie dough into 8 wedges; top those wedges with the apples cover them with another dough wedge. After crimping the edges; brush all with a beaten egg, sprinkle cinnamon sugar. Bake for 15 minutes, at 400 degrees F. Once the dish turns golden, let it cool and then serve it. Your guests will sing “you are the apple of my pie.” Well, literally!