Can I use canola oil instead of vegetable oil?

Answer On One Hand: OK to SubstituteVegetable oil, which is usually soybean oil, can be replaced with canola oil in most any recipe. Both are mild tasting oils and add little flavor, so the recipe won't ... Read More »

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Recipe for tortillas using canola oil instead of vegetable shortening?

My recipe is 2 (plus more for kneading) cups flour,1/4 cup oil (I use canola), and 2/3 cup warm water. I blend the flour and oil in the food processor until it forms crumbles, and then with the ma... Read More »

Is canola oil a type of vegetable oil?

Canola oil is a vegetable oil produced from oilseed rape, a plant that is a member of the mustard family. The Western Canadian Oilseed Crushers Association registered the trademark "canola" in 1979... Read More »

Can i substitute vegetable oil for canola?

On One Hand: Vegetable Oil Includes CanolaAccording to, vegetable oil includes any oil not derived from an animal. This includes soybean oil, canola oil and many other plant-based oil... Read More »

Can i substitute canola oil for vegetable oil in a cake?

On One Hand: Canola Is a Form of Vegetable OilCanola oil is made from the rapeseed plant. It's nearly tasteless and therefore is a good choice as an all-purpose cooking and baking oil. It can be ea... Read More »