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 Translation for 'caramel' from English to Russian
NOUN1   a caramel | caramels
NOUN2   caramel [substance] | -
SYNO buff | caramel | caramel brown | ...
гастр.
карамель {ж} [жжёный сахар]
caramel
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Translation for 'caramel' from English to Russian

caramel
карамель {ж} [жжёный сахар]гастр.
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Usage Examples English
  • A caramel version was also launched in 1995 which replaced the dark toffee of the original with caramel of similar consistency.
  • Caramel Ho Hos were introduced in February 2004. The modified snack includes a layer of caramel along with the creme filling.
  • Caramel candies are sometimes referred to as taffy (taffy apples), but the caramel is very different from common salt water taffy, though they share a similar tensile quality.
  • Caramel apples or toffee apples are whole apples covered in a layer of caramel.
  • In 2010, the Milky Way Simply Caramel bar went on sale, a version with caramel covered in milk chocolate and without nougat.

  • Tuborg Blue introduced 6 February 2007. Dark fruity beer with caramel notes and only a slight bitterness from the hops. Added aromas and caramel color. Launched together with Tuborg White.
  • In Portuguese cuisine its known as "pudim de castanha" and is molded similar to "crème caramel" and baked with caramel sauce.
  • In 2009, the company acquired the Classic Caramel Co., which had been based in Pennsylvania until its closure in 2008.
  • Flanby (often misspelled "Flamby") is a French caramel custard (Crème caramel) marketed by Lactalis Nestlé Produits Frais, a joint venture between Nestlé and Lactalis agribusiness, sold in plastic pots.
  • Bun Bars have one of three flavored centers (maple, vanilla, or sea salt caramel) covered in unsalted peanuts and milk chocolate.

  • Crème caramel (...), flan, caramel pudding, condensed milk pudding or caramel custard is a custard dessert with a layer of clear caramel sauce.
  • Caramel dissolved in vinegar is used by Escoffier in 1903, with no special name, just described as "sucre cuit au caramel blond, dissous avec 1 décilitre de vinaigre" in his recipes for Sauce Romaine and Carpe à la Polonaise; similarly, Prosper Montagné in 1922 just says "caramel au vinaigre", and the "Répertoire de la Cuisine" says "caramel blond dissous au vinaigre".
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