Tate & Lyle Caster Sugar Reviews
Product Type: Tate & Lyle Food
Description:Manufacturer: Tate Lyle. Pure Cane Sugar. Fine crystals blend easily for perfect baking and meringues.
Newest Review: ... found a problem with using this sugar in things you would normally put granulated sugar in, for example tea, but I would not ... more
Customer Tate & Lyle Caster Sugar Reviews (5)
by - written on 18/10/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Whenever I'm following a recipe and it tells me to use sugar I use caster sugar even if it doesn't specify it, I always use Tate And Lyle Caster Sugar because I've never seen any other brand of it apart from Billingtons and they're majorly expensive so forget that! lol Tate And Lyle make wicked caster sugar. It blends easy into wet or dry ingredients, a couple of hours ago I used this caster sugar with butter to make a butter cream for some proper boring cheap cakes my dad had brought home from work. It mixed easy into the butter and gave me a delish smooth butter cream that wouldn't have been half as good with normal sugar. It's got exactly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/09 (Very useful, 217 readings)
Forget the diets and let's think about home baking! I learned how to cook when I was very young as my Mother had had an operation on both wrists and living in the country practically everyone baked, because buying cakes was an admission that you weren't a good housewife! She sat outside the kitchen door in the sun and gave me instructions and I remember that I always used caster sugar when making Victoria sponge cakes, scones, shortbread, meringues etc.and still do now, although I don't bake as much! Tate & Lyle is a well known brand of sugar and syrup and I find it gives me the best results as it is a Cane sugar rather than made from sugar beet. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/07 (Very useful, 219 readings)
WHY CASTER SUGAR? Caster sugar is finer than the more usual granulated sugar and is ideal for baking as the fine crystals blend easily. Using caster sugar, to make sponge cakes and meringues in particular, will give a very light texture. You will see the difference in this type of sugar by the finer grains. If you use caster sugar for all your baking you will get excellent results. Some excellent recipes using caster sugar can be found at www.tasteandsmile.co.uk PRODUCTION Sugar is made from either sugar cane or sugar beet, but Tate and Lyle Caster sugar is pure cane sugar. For those who are worried about the environment you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/09 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I don't keep granulated sugar in the house but have always got a packet or two of Tate & Lyles Caster Sugar in the cupboard because I use it regularly for baking. This caster sugar is excellent for everything; it has the sweetness of sugar but the granules are so much smaller which means it's easy to blend it into liquids, beat into butter and melt down for caramel desserts. It's pure white as expected and looks very appealing even when poured into a sugar bowl when I have guests, I personally think it looks nicer than normal sugar because of the small size of the granules which gives it a slightly sparkling appearance. If you regularly bake, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/13 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Granulated sugar is fine for popping into your tea or coffee, but what happens when you don't want to be able to crunch down on your buttercream or feel the sugar granules in your mouth as you eat your home made muffins? Well, caster sugar is the answer, and when it comes to this, Tate and Lyle Caster Sugar is my first choice. One 2kg bag of this caster sugar will cost you £2.45 from Tesco. Obviously, this is more expensive than you would normally expect to buy ordinary granulated sugar for, but this is because it has been ground to a much finer consistency so it is more suited for baking and so on and some effects you just cannot achieve with normal ... Read the complete review
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