A syrup made by cooking sugar, water and corn syrup over medium heat (240 degrees F - 115 degrees C) until it reaches the soft ball stage.
A syrup that results from cooking water and sugar together until boiling.
A mixture of sugar and water. Syrups may be light, medium, or heavy, depending upon sugar concentration.
Half water, half sugar, boiled for about 5 minutes. Used in several dessert preparations. Yeah, there's a reason they call it "simple"
Heavy sugar water.
a combination of water and granulated sugar that, when boiled, condenses into a clear, sweet syrup - often used in cocktail recipes.
Simple syrup can be made in a saucepan, gradually stir one pound granulated sugar into 13 oz. hot water to make 16 oz. simple/sugar syrup. Used as a mixer/sweetener for drinks.
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