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Example sentences for caramel

Heat oil and sugar in a wok over medium heat until sugar melts, then raise the heat and stir until sugar turns caramel brown.
Most desserts made with caramel fall into this category.
Mix until the cream cheese dissolves, then whisk this mixture back into the caramel sauce.
Pour caramel into prepared pan and let cool to room temperature.
The simple sauce is easy to prepare and turns a beautiful caramel color.
Pour the caramel into the cake pan, tilting it so the caramel coats the bottom.
The apples bake in a rich, caramel sauce making it even more special.
The caramel is done when it becomes a uniform honey brown color.
Over the pudding hovers a thin layer of caramel with an audaciously generous sprinkling of sea salt.
Cook over high heat, without stirring, until all the sugar turns caramel.
No diner dessert can match his praline-dusted pumpkin pie, center right, with its silky filling hinting of dark caramel.
Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, and simmer until a deep caramel color.
It is perfectly legal, for example, to add caramel to rum.
Immediately pour this caramel over the plums in the pan.
Cook, stirring, until browned and almost the color of caramel.
Our test car was fitted with caramel-colored leather.
Continue to boil, swirling pan occasionally, until syrup is a deep golden caramel.
It's a chocolate pot de creme with caramel, a dash of maple syrup and sea salt served in a ceramic egg.
Taffy, caramel and nougat stick to teeth longer than plain chocolates.
Bush, were reupholstered with a caramel-colored leather.
The veal loin sits on a small bed of stuffing with celery, popcorn, peanuts and a caramel sauce.
Over medium heat, cook until it becomes an amber caramel.
Without the bitterness produced by hot water, the cold-brewed coffee had hints of chocolate, even caramel.
The vanilla flavored caramel bars may contain cream and coconut oil.
Give a demonstration speech on how to make a caramel apple sundae.
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