|Sorghum syrup Quick Facts|
|Origin||Native to Africa|
|Major nutrients||Manganese (13.96%)
Vitamin B6 (10.85%)
- Still, it is a sweetener which contains calories per tablespoon more than maple syrup, molasses, and white sugar and equal to honey.
- Sorghum is not a safe alternative for diabetic person so avoid it.
- People allergic to sorghum should avoid it.
- Consume it in moderate amounts.
How to Eat
- In Southern United States, Sorghum syrup and hot biscuits are consumed as breakfast.
- Use it in cornmeal mush, pancakes, other hot cereals and grits.
- It is also used to flavor barbeque sauce, baked beans and pancakes.
- Use sorghum syrup in beverages such as Twisted Sorghum Cider.
- It is used to create sweet glaze over savory dishes such as Sorghum-Glazed Baby Carrots and sweet dishes such as Apple Gingerbread Skillet Cake.
- Add it to salad dressing.
- It is a perfect substitute for sugar in baked goods and used as a topping for pancakes, waffles and hot or cooked oats.