Known in Arabic as assel eswed, or "black honey," molasses has a rich, slightly caramel-like flavor that makes it a go-to natural sweetener for different dishes and preserves. Use this for your next baking project, drizzle it on oatmeal, or take a little nip straight from the jar. Try it in your next latte or cup of coffee. Dukkan also suggests whipping it with tahini as a luxurious dip for pita or feteer meshaltet, a flaky Egyptian pastry often enjoyed for breakfast.
Made in Egypt.
Ingredients: Sugarcane molasses.