Syrup Recipes Collection is a quick reference guide to flavored simple syrups. I wanted to have easy access to them, a kind of go-to guide for syrup recipes I had used or might be using in the future.
Simple syrup is the building block of most flavored syrups and is made using cold or hot methods. The ratio usually is 1:1 or 2:1 sugar to water.
There are two main ways of making syrups; cold and hot.
Cold method; Combine in a shaker sugar and water, shake it for 30 seconds, let it rest for a little bit, and shake again for 30 seconds.
Hot method 1; Add sugar and water to a pot and simmer until the sugar is dissolved.
Hot method 2 – making an inverted syrup. There are two ways of making it. If you use the ratio of 1:1, add a little bit of acidity -lemon juice or pinch cream of tartar, and simmer it for 20-30 minutes, you will create a sweeter and thicker syrup.
The other way is by using a sugar-water ratio of 2:1, bringing the water to a boil, and then simmering it for about 15 -20 minutes. The resulting Inverted sugar syrup should be slightly sweeter, thicker, and have a longer shelf-life.
The Syrup Recipe Collection is by no means final, and it will be periodically updated with new recipes in the future.
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Syrup Recipes Collection, without the flipbook effects.