Sugar Cane Swizzle
Inventory, 12 ct : 8.92
This item was last sold on : 04/11/17
Long and narrow Sugar Cane Swizzles are creamy tan to yellow in color and about the length of a drinking straw. They are firm enough to stand up in a glass or hold up for use as skewers for kebabs yet have a slight give to them when chewed. They are moist with a fibrous texture and have a sweet, sugary flavor.
Swizzle Sugar Cane is available year-round.
Use sugar cane swizzles to add sweetness when stirring coffee, ice teas, hot chocolate or other beverages, hot or cold. Perfect for use as edible garnish in tropical cocktails. Use in lieu of wooden sticks for skewering meats, vegetables and fruits when making kebabs. To store, keep in an airtight container.
In Tibet sugar cane was known as 'sa-kar' and in China it was known as 'Kanche'.
A perennial grass Sugar Cane is believed to have originated in the South Pacific. Sugar cane made its way to Europe and was grown in Sicily and Spain in the eleventh century then later was brought to the New World in 1493 by Christopher Columbus.
Restaurants currently purchasing this product as an ingredient for their menu.
|Terra Restaurant||San Diego CA||619-293-7088|
|Culinary Specialties||San Marcos CA||760-744-8220|
|Lena Craft Mexican||La Jolla CA||858-263-4190|
Recipes that include Sugar Cane Swizzle. One is easiest, three is harder.
|RasaMalaysia||Vietnamese Sugar Cane Shrimp (Chao Tom)|
|Noob Cook||Water Chestnut Drink with Bamboo Cane|
|Noob Cook||Water Chestnut & Bamboo Cane Drink|
|Martha Stewart||Tropical Chicken on Sugarcane Skewers with Peanut-Plantain Dipping Sauce|
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Near Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
About 188 days ago, 10/16/16
Spotter's comments : Sugar Cane Swizzles spotted at Mercado Hidalgo.