Popular with consumers, caramelization is a dynamic flavor profile that offers a truly unique taste and adds depth to ingredients and final dishes. Caramelized foods are typically slow-cooked under a low dry heat to bring out the foods’ natural sugar, and the resulting surface of the food item is slightly textured due to some surface dehydration. This process creates the sweet flavor and aroma that we are able to deliver in our caramelized flavors.
|Product||Description||Usage Rate||Form||Vegetarian||Kosher Status|
|Nat Caramelized Onion FL WONF 6147-OS||Heavily browned, sweet, onion flavor with a toasted top note and a sweet finish.||0.30%||Oil||Yes||Kosher Dairy|
|Nat Caramelized Pork FL WONF RA15005||
A deep, roasted, seared note paired with savory, fatty pork. Similar to the crispy, oily edges of a seared piece of pork.
|Nat Braised Beef FL WONF RA13043||Rich, brown, fatty beef profile with seared and charred notes, followed by slowly cooked vegetables (celery, carrots, and onions). Sweet caramelized top notes.||0.50%||Dry||No||Not Kosher|
|Nat Caramelized Onion FL WONF RA10029-OS||
Allergen-free, browned, sweet onion flavor with a toasted top note and a sweet, cleaner finish than 6147 formulation.