All About Tiger Sugar


What is Tiger Sugar?

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Tiger sugar is a special type of brown sugar that is very popular in Malaysia and Singapore. It’s known for its unique taste and texture that comes from the use of coconut milk to process the sugar into a sticky brown color, giving it a sweet flavor. The producers swear by this ingredient – it’s claimed that not only does it add to the flavor, but also has many benefits such as anti-oxidant properties, improved blood circulation, and lowering cholesterol levels.

How do you make tiger sugar?

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It is made by using 100% natural ingredients — no chemicals or preservatives added — and real coconut milk (no substitutes). These two key ingredients give your body all the health benefits and deliciousness that Tiger Sugar has to offer.

The History of Tiger Sugar

The company was started by 3 friends, who combined their skills and knowledge in food production, retail, and online business to bring the unique product to market. It’s been a runaway success since it was first released in late 2016, with queues forming out the door of stores selling it!

Nutritional Facts about Tiger Sugar

A 100g serving of tiger sugar contains 400 calories, 100g of carbohydrates (of which 66 are sugars), 0.7g of protein, 1.1g of fat, and 2mg of sodium. In terms of vitamins and minerals, it is a good source of potassium (320 mg per 100g) and calcium (120 mg / 100g), while providing some vitamin C, B6, and thiamin.

Health Benefits of Eating Tiger Sugar

As mentioned earlier, the two key ingredients in Tiger Sugar are coconut milk and sugar. Coconut milk is high in saturated fat, but it’s the “good” kind of fat that is known to improve your cholesterol levels, increase your energy levels and help you lose weight. It’s also a good source of other vitamins and minerals such as potassium, calcium, and vitamin C.

Sugar, on the other hand, provides an instant burst of energy and is great for athletes or people who need an immediate boost of energy. Too much sugar is not good for you, but a moderate amount such as what is found in Tiger Sugar is not harmful and can actually provide some health benefits.

Recipes with Tiger sugar

There are many recipes that you can make using tiger sugar. Some of our favorites include:

Asian sticky pork ribs

Honey glazed chicken wings

Malaysian chicken curry

Indonesian rendang beef

Where to buy tiger sugar in your area

Tiger Sugar is available in most major supermarkets in Malaysia and Singapore. You should be able to find it in the baking or sweet section. If you’re unable to find it in your local supermarket, you can also buy it online from various websites such as Lazada, Amazon, or eBay.

Conclusion

So there you have it! Everything you need to know about Tiger Sugar. We hope you’ll give it a try and enjoy its unique flavor and health benefits. Thanks for reading!

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