Rosemary sugar

Use to sweeten and flavour biscuits and cakes, fruit, plain yoghurt or cream desserts.

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Ingredients

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  • Freshly picked rosemary flowers
  • White or the lightest grade of unrefined organic sugar
  • A couple of sprigs dried rosemary

Method

  1. Combine freshly picked rosemary flowers with white or the lightest grade of unrefined organic sugar. Grind together using a food processor or pestle and mortar.
  2. Store in an airtight jar. A couple of sprigs of dried rosemary buried in the sugar will intensify the flavour. Recipe by Shona Crawford Poole
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