Definition of Muscovado. Meaning of Muscovado. Synonyms of Muscovado

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Definition of Muscovado

Muscovado
Muscovado Mus`co*va"do, a. [Corrupted fr. Sp. mascabado; cf. Pg. mascavado, F. moscouade, n., formerly also mascovade, It. mascavato.] Pertaining to, or of the nature of, unrefined or raw sugar, obtained from the juice of the sugar cane by evaporating and draining off the molasses. Muscovado sugar contains impurities which render it dark colored and moist.
Muscovado
Muscovado Mus`co*va"do, n. Unrefined or raw sugar.

Meaning of Muscovado from wikipedia

- Muscovado, also khandsari and khand, is a type of partially refined to unrefined sugar with a strong mol****es content and flavour. It is technically considered...
- pastry'; Hili****non: piyaya; Spanish: piaya, pronounced [piˈjaja]) is a muscovado-filled unleavened flatbread from the Philippines especially common in...
- according to their country of origin: e.g. panela, rapadura, jaggery, muscovado, piloncillo, etc. Although brown sugar has been touted as having health...
- processed white cane sugar and brown cane sugar, but similar to panela and muscovado, Sucanat retains its mol****es content. It is essentially pure dried sugar...
- A gypsy tart is a type of tart made with evaporated milk, muscovado sugar (though some varieties include light brown sugar), and pastry. It originates...
- Masi are glutinous rice balls with a peanut and muscovado filling from Cebu, Philippines. It is made from sweetened galapong (ground soaked glutinous...
- can be used interchangeably with muscovado sugar, but mol****es sugar has a stronger taste as compared to muscovado. Its distinctive mol****es taste is...
- black peppercorns, garlic, bay leaves, and star anise sweetened with muscovado sugar. It also commonly includes péchay and mushrooms. The dish is commonly...
- garlic, bay leaves, and fermented black beans (tausi) sweetened with muscovado sugar. It also commonly includes hard-boiled eggs and banana blossoms...
- slightly-fermented soaked glutinous rice (galapong) mixed with coconut milk, muscovado sugar, and young coconut (buko) strips. It is wrapped into a cylindrical...
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