Fruit Syrups

Fruit Syrups
berry syrup
berry syrup
Berry syrups make a wonderful topping to pancakes, waffles, French toast, oatmeal, ice cream, pies, and other dishes. To make your own: See the recipe for Sweet Berry Syrups on recipegoldmine.com, or for Berry Syrup on RecipeSource.
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currant syrup
currant syrup
To make your own: See the Currant Syrup recipe on RecipeSource.com.
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grenadine
grenadine
This is a bright red, sweet syrup that's used in several mixed drinks. Most, but not all, grenadines are non-alcoholic. To make your own: See the Grenadine recipe on RecipeSource.com
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maraschino syrup
maraschino syrup
This is a very sweet cherry-flavored syrup. Look for it in liquor stores.
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pomegranate molasses
pomegranate molasses
This tart Middle Eastern syrup became trendy a few years ago when Western cooks discovered that it adds zing to meat glazes, sauces, and soups. It also makes a wonderful topping for ice cream, and it can be mixed with soda water to make a tasty non-alcoholic drink. Look for bottles of it in Middle Eastern markets or gourmet stores. Store it in the refrigerator, where it will keep almost indefinitely. Don't confuse pomegranate molasses with grenadine, which is much sweeter.
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raspberry syrup
raspberry syrup
Torani is a well-known brand.
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Rose's lime juice
Rose's lime juice
This British concoction is a syrup based on key lime juice. It's often called for in gimlets and other drink recipes.
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sour cherry syrup
sour cherry syrup
To make your own: See the Sour Cherry Syrup recipe on RecipeSource.com.
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