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A question about a recipe: Celli Ripieni (Grape jam dumplings)

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I have a question about the ingredient "caster sugar" on the recipe "Celli Ripieni (Grape jam dumplings)" from Emiko. What is it?

asked by AnnieHynes almost 3 years ago
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The name caster or castor sugar is used in the UK and Australia - it's simply a fine, white sugar (but not as fine as confectioners or icing sugar), most often called for in baking and desserts like meringues. I believe in the US it's called "superfine" sugar.