Can I Use Peanut Oil Instead of Vegetable Oil When Baking?

Answer Peanuts are processed to produce peanut oil, an all-purpose cooking oil. Canola, sunflower, corn, safflower and other plant oils provide the basis for vegetable oils. Peanut oil may be substituted ... Read More »

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Using margarine instead if vegetable oil for baking.?

You can melt the margarine and use the same measurement as recipe called for veggie oil! Of course you will need to use the stick margarine not the spreadable kinds for the proper texture of your w... Read More »

What to use instead of and egg(or egg yoke)when baking?

Some people will say oil. Too bad that is all fat and no protein. I prefer 3TB real mayo.… is a handy ingredient emergency substitution chart.Sometimes it'... Read More »

Can baking powder be used instead of baking soda for bread?

If your bread recipe calls for baking soda, you can use baking powder instead. However, baking soda alone cannot stand in for baking powder. A teaspoon of baking powder can be substituted with a mi... Read More »

How to Use Baking Powder Instead of Yeast in Baking Bread?

Yeast makes bread rise by interacting with sugars in flour to produce carbon dioxide bubbles, though the process requires kneading, heat and time for the leavening (rising) to begin before baking. ... Read More »