Sorghum is essentially a grass, raised primarily as a feed grain in the heartland of the U.S. In the southeastern U.S., though, if you say sorghum, someone might exclaim "biscuit!" Sorghum syrup, made from a variety known as sweet sorghum, has a light, molasses-y, toasty, minerally flavor that takes well to savory-sweet applications. This simply glazed salmon was a hit with the Cooking Light test kitchen team in recipe trials.
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