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Yes It has been procesed in the same way!

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Q: Is extra fine sugar the same as caster sugar?
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What is the difference between golden caster sugar and plain caster sugar?

For those not familiar with caster sugar, it is called extra fine sugar in the US. Golden caster sugar is naturally refined caster sugar so it has a slightly golden hue because of a bit of molasses due to processing. It is not the same as brown sugar. Brown sugar is white sugar mixed with molasses but it is far stickier because extra molasses has been added. If you can't find golden caster sugar you might try taking turbinado sugar and running it through the food processor.


What are the similarities and differences between A1 sugar caster sugar and icing sugar?

No, its not, icing sugar is a fine powder whereas caster sugar is grainy crystals. Chemically they are probably the same, but the grain size is different. Caster sugar and granulated sugar are the same though I think.


Is caster sugar the same as powdered sugar?

No, caster sugar is fine-ground granulated sugar. Confectioner's sugar is a mix of ultra-fine sugar and a starch; it is sometimes called icing sugar.


Is there any difference between granulated and extra fine granular sugar?

Superfine sugar- or Bartender's sugar, is more course than powdered sugar. Superfine sugar is similar to castor sugar (and can substitute each other), but if I were to put it in order, Superfine would have the largest granules, and powdered sugar would have the smallest. Powdered sugar cannot be substituted with superfine sugar, or castor sugar, since it's too fine :3.


Can you use raw caster sugar in a cake instead of caster sugar?

I have tried it and dosent make much of a diffrence!


What is caster sugar is it the same as regular sugar?

Caster sugar is called "superfine" sugar in the United States. Do not confuse with confectioner's (powdered) sugar to which cornstarch has been added.


Is C astor sugar the same as raw sugar?

castor sugar is white sugar that has been ground fine, but not as fine as confectioners sugar. It can be made by putting white sugar in a food processor for a few pulses


Can you use granulated sugar instead of caster sugar in sandwhich cakes?

Yes, you can use granulated sugar as a substitute for castor (caster) sugar in a cake. Caster sugar is a quick dissolving sugar. So it will be necessary to grind standard granulated sugar in a food processor before using as a replacement. A blender can also be used.


Can you use raw sugar in a cookie instead of caster sugar?

Caster sugar is similar to powdered or confectioner's sugar in the U.S. which may be substituted without problem. Raw sugar would need to be processed in a spice or coffee grinder or in a food processor until very fine and powdery before being substituted for caster sugar.


Is super fine sugar same as confectioner sugar?

No - superfine sugar probably means caster sugar, which is basically the same as normal, white granulated sugar but milled into finer grains. Confectioner's sugar is also called icing sugar or powdered sugar and has been milled right down to a fine powder.The answer is - they aren't directly substitutable - you might be able to do it in some recipes, but it will depend on what you're making.


Where does caster sugar come?

Like granulated/table sugar, caster/or sugar comes from sugar cane or sugar beet Castor, or caster, sugar is exactly the same as regular granulated sugar, simply ground to a very fine flour-like consistency Please do not confuse castor/er sugar with confectioners, or icing or fondant sugar which contains 3% starch to prevent clumping You can make castor/er sugar yourself by blending or processing regular granulated table sugar for a few minutes Use it promptly to avoid clumping


Where does caster sugar come from?

Like granulated/table sugar, caster/or sugar comes from sugar cane or sugar beet Castor, or caster, sugar is exactly the same as regular granulated sugar, simply ground to a very fine flour-like consistency Please do not confuse castor/er sugar with confectioners, or icing or fondant sugar which contains 3% starch to prevent clumping You can make castor/er sugar yourself by blending or processing regular granulated table sugar for a few minutes Use it promptly to avoid clumping