Palm syrup is a rich dark syrup made from palm sugar which is derived from the flower sap of the coconut palm tree. Its flavor is similar to brown sugar but with a deeper and more complex flavor. Palm syrup is deeply earthy with notes of caramel, butterscotch, and a hint of molasses. Palm syrup can used to cook flavorful curries and stir-fry dishes such as pad thai or used on its own as a condiment or syrup.
Uses: Add a drizzle of palm syrup over your pancakes, desserts, and drinks as a sweet and fragrant garnish. Use palm syrup in sauces, marinades, and curries for added depth, sweetness, and complexity.