Asked By: Ethan Young Date: created: Apr 11 2023

How much shortening do you put in a bread recipe

Answered By: Juan Kelly Date: created: Apr 11 2023

White Bread-simple and tasty3/4 cup warm water.1 package Active Dry Yeast.1 tsp salt.1 1/2 tablespoons sugar.1 tablespoon shortening.1/2 cup milk.3 cups all purpose flour.Jan 2, 2012.

Asked By: Albert Campbell Date: created: Apr 14 2022

What fat substitute can you use for bread

Answered By: Alex Nelson Date: created: Apr 17 2022

A substitute for 1 cup of oil or butter: ½ cup of unsweetened applesauce and ½ cup coconut oil or butter — works for sweet breads or muffins. Use it with pre-boxed mixes.

Asked By: Ethan Price Date: created: Nov 27 2022

Which is better for bread butter or shortening

Answered By: Adam Price Date: created: Nov 30 2022

Oil is a liquid fat at room temperature; Shortening is a solid fat at room temperature. Butter, margarine, shortening and oil are used in breads. Butter or margarine add more flavor than shortening and are often used in the richer sweet doughs. … The texture of the bread will be more like a quick bread.

Asked By: Harold Howard Date: created: Sep 27 2022

What can I use instead of shortening in bread

Answered By: Dominic Reed Date: created: Sep 27 2022

Butter or margarine can be used instead, adding a couple of extra tablespoons per cup of shortening called for in a recipe. So for every 1 cup of shortening called for in a recipe, use 1 cup butter or margarine plus 2 tablespoons.

Asked By: Oliver Morgan Date: created: Aug 27 2022

What does egg do in bread

Answered By: Jayden Gray Date: created: Aug 30 2022

Eggs make yeast breads finer and richer, help provide color, volume and also bind the ingredients together. Occasionally only the egg yolk is added to doughs for more tenderness.

Asked By: Justin Nelson Date: created: Sep 28 2022

What are some examples of shortening

Answered By: Wyatt Lee Date: created: Sep 28 2022

A shortening is defined as a fat, solid at room temperature, which can be used to give foods a crumbly and crisp texture such as pastry. Examples of fat used as “shorteners” include butter, margarine, vegetable oils and lard. How does it happen?

Asked By: Owen Young Date: created: Oct 26 2022

What does shortening do in bread

Answered By: Wyatt Scott Date: created: Oct 29 2022

The fat that is in shortening melts above room temperature and then seeps into the dough, creating a physical barrier between all the gluten molecules, causing them to not expand as much. Shortening can also be used to keep your baked goods soft after baking.

Asked By: Aidan Williams Date: created: May 04 2023

Can you use shortening instead of butter in bread

Answered By: Graham Diaz Date: created: May 05 2023

The answer is yes, butter or shortening can be used interchangeably in baked goods and can be used as a one-to-one swap. … Butter contains 80% butterfat and about 20% water (naturally occurring). Shortening is 100% hydrogenated vegetable oil and contains no water.

Asked By: Nicholas Bell Date: created: Nov 11 2022

Can you use oil instead of shortening in bread

Answered By: Cole Butler Date: created: Nov 11 2022

All oils (except for coconut, which is solid at room temperature and more akin to shortening) work about the same in baking recipes that call for oil, since they are 100% fat. Shortening is also 100% fat.

Asked By: Abraham Peterson Date: created: Jan 24 2022

Can I substitute oil for shortening in bread

Answered By: Martin Ross Date: created: Jan 25 2022

As commercially available shortening is made of vegetable oils, you can use oil as a shortening substitute. Olive oil is considered the best option for this purpose. It is also healthy. However, olive oil is not suitable for baking products that are sweet.

Asked By: Tyler Williams Date: created: Jan 26 2022

Is Crisco the same as lard

Answered By: Dylan Long Date: created: Jan 26 2022

What is the difference between lard and Crisco? Answer: Lard is actually rendered and clarified pork fat. … Crisco®, which is a brand name and part of the Smucker’s family of brands, is a vegetable shortening.

Asked By: Jeremiah Campbell Date: created: Aug 03 2022

Is Lard & shortening the same

Answered By: Daniel Sanchez Date: created: Aug 03 2022

The difference between lard and vegetable shortening is that lard is made of pure animal fat and shortening is made of vegetable oil. … Shortening behaves the same way as lard in baking, producing flaky layers. However, shortening doesn’t impart the same flavor or richness as lard.

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