Definition of 'caramel'
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With salted caramel butter, it's irresistible. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Scatter over the berries and drizzle with salted caramel. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The sea bass with sweet onions and caramel walnut sauce confirmed this. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Remove from the oven and leave to cool while you make the chilli caramel. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The natural colour of bamboo can deepen to a dark caramel tone. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Stir over a low heat until the milk absorbs the caramel. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Fill a piping bag with the salted caramel crème patisserie and a medium nozzle. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Place the sugar in another pan over a high heat and make a dry caramel. The Sun (2014)Now bring to the boil and cook to a dark golden caramel. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The butter gives more caramel flavour and the lard fries the sides to make the sugar really crispy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Once the sugar is a caramel colour, gently stir in half the cream and butter. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Anything that wobbles - crème caramel makes me want to cry. The Sun (2009)Turn up the heat and bubble until you have a dark golden caramel, about five minutes in total. The Sun (2015)When the sugar has dissolved, turn up the heat and boil until the melted sugar is a dark caramel colour. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Meanwhile make the salted caramel. The Sun (2012)Next make a dark caramel. A Passion for Food (1989)First make the caramel sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Taking the caramel to a dark golden brown is important; it will reduce the sweetness and give a more pronounced flavour. Times, Sunday Times (2012)To make the orange caramel, put the caster sugar in a saucepan over a high heat to make a dry caramel. The Sun (2014)So to make it a bit special for Easter, try it with salted caramel. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'caramel'
British English: caramel /ˈkærəməl; -ˌmɛl/ NOUN
A caramel is a chewy sweet food made from sugar, butter, and milk.
- American English: caramel
- Arabic: كَرَامِيل
- Brazilian Portuguese: caramelo
- Chinese: 焦糖
- Croatian: karamela
- Czech: karamela
- Danish: karamel
- Dutch: karamel
- European Spanish: caramelo fundido
- Finnish: kinuski
- French: caramel
- German: Karamelle
- Greek: καραμέλα
- Italian: caramello
- Japanese: キャラメル
- Korean: 캐러멜
- Norwegian: karamell
- Polish: karmel
- European Portuguese: caramelo
- Romanian: caramel
- Russian: карамель
- Spanish: caramelo
- Swedish: kola
- Thai: คาราเมล
- Turkish: karamela
- Ukrainian: карамель
- Vietnamese: kem caramen
Definition of caramel from the Collins English Dictionary
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