When it comes to cooking with maple syrup, grade B maple syrup is the best choice, as it has a more robust flavor. Mix it into a glaze for proteins, add it to marinades or vinaigrettes, or beat it with butter to melt over cooked vegetables, rolls and yes, even pancakes.
Recipes To Try
• Master Cleanse Chicken
• Miso-Maple Sweet Potato Tacos with Coconut Cilantro Sauce
• Brown Rice Bowl with Maple-Glazed Tempeh & Tahini-Miso Dressing
• Grilled Pork Chops with Apple-Cranberry Maple Glaze at White on Rice Couple
• Salmon Steaks with Soy-Maple Glaze at Food & Wine
• Maple and Sage Roasted Turnips and Carrots at Sunday Suppers
• Green Beans with Pecans and Maple Vinaigrette at Real Simple
• Shredded Brussels Sprouts with Maple Hickory Nuts at Gourmet
Do you ever use maple syrup in savory dishes?
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